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  • Teach your child perseverance and problem solving with these two brain teasers. Teach your child perseverance and problem solving with these two brain teasers. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Sc...

  • Here is a great example of how working with materials can help develop and hone creative problem-solving skills. Here is a great example of how working with materials can help develop and hone creative problem-solving skills...

  • Try these activities at home to develop your child's perseverance. Try these activities at home to develop your child's perseverance. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents...

  • Baking (or eating) cookies? Try these grade-appropriate cookie-themed math problems for first, second, or third grade children. Baking (or eating) cookies? Try these grade-appropriate cookie-themed math problems for first, s...

  • The more we make math fun and develop a stronger sense of perseverance, the better mathematicians our children will become. The more we make math fun and develop a stronger sense of perseverance, the better mathematicians ou...

  • Teach your child how to decode math word problems using this easy and effective tool. Teach your child how to decode math word problems using this easy and effective tool. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...

  • Practicing multi-step math word problems are a lot easier for your kids (and you!) with these steps. This three step process won't just help your kids tackle multi-step math problems, but increase their math reasoning a...

  • Create a problem-solving box to help strengthen your children's math skills during the summer months. Create a problem-solving box to help strengthen your children's math skills during the summer months. Jennifer H...

  • Here is a fun connect-the-dots printable to focus not only on practicing math facts but the concept of algebra, as well. Here is a fun connect-the-dots printable to focus not only on practicing math facts but the concept of...

  • If your kids find worksheets boring, try challenging them to solve a new problem each week. If your kids find worksheets boring, try challenging them to solve a new problem each week. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

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