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If your child understands how two-digit numbers are formed and can count to 100, he can easily compare two-digit numbers.
How do we learn which is "right" and which is "left"? Scientists believe this process is connected with an internal feeling of the left and right parts of the body.
When children are still small, parents often improvise with toys or fruit to teach the child basic mathematics. But learning numbers is not enough, it is necessary to teach the child to think.
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Having learned ordinal counting up to 10, practically each preschool child can master simple arithmetic actions. Today we will tell about activities to help learning subtraction.
This game is focused on children of different ages. Basic rule: with older children use more difficult game conditions. It is possible to start playing in the early years of childhood. Such an entertainment has many positive aspects – development of attention, memory, logical thinking.
This game for studying the shapes will suit kids who adore playing with various household items, toy tools, and pieces of different board games.
Funny lesson on addition and subtraction can be organized with various monsters: aliens, microbes, amoebas and other multiocular beings.
Do you have glass balls (Marbles ) or steel balls from the magnetic constructor, or your child likes to make plasticine rolls?Let's  start construction of vertical and horizontal labyrinths! They will help the kid to study  geometry of the way and physics of the objects  movement visually.
At the age of 6 years the child is preparing for school, and parents need to pay attention to the mathematical skills development. Without preparation for school it will be difficult to understand and acquire mathematical concepts that can be a result of low progress and stress for the child.
Before teaching your child how to tell time on a clock, be sure that he knows his letters, numbers, and the parts of a circle (a quarter, a half). If your child feels a necessity to know the time, then he's ready to start learning! If your child feels a necessity to know the time, then he's ready to start learning!
From birth, both hemispheres of a child's brain begin to develop. The left hemisphere is responsible for language abilities, logic, and analysis. The right hemisphere is responsible for creative abilities and intuition. Some parents think it is necessary to develop one of them in particular, so the child will succeed in a certain field. But this is delusion.
It is difficult for some children to do exercises involving addition and subtraction using a sheet of paper, especially if its not something they study often. It helps to train their skills of mental arithmetic using hand made items.
Combine exercises for hand coordination with cutting. Your kid can train his skills of eye estimation and fine motor skills with simple but effective templates.
Teach your child that there are several ways to write down quantities. To make things fun, decide on fun names before you start - space wanderers, spies, or secret agents.