A Great Guide For Parents: Math Cheat Sheet for K-6th grade

When parents home-school their children, in the beginning it can feel very intimidating and even scary. No parent wants to think that they are not doing everything possible to ensure their children’s success but most parents have to learn to be better teachers and guides, for their children,as they go along. Mathgametime.com shared a math “cheat-sheet” which works as a great guide for parents, especially home-school parents who may need a general overview of the elementary school years. The “cheat-sheet” covers important math skills for K-6th grade.

You don’t need to strictly follow this exact timeline, but it is a helpful overview in thinking through important math skills over time.

The information is below:

Students everywhere struggle with math on a daily basis. As teachers, we’re always looking for new tools and resources to make the lessons memorable. As parents, we’re constantly searching for ways to stay on top of our children’s education.

That’s why we created an easy-to-use math cheat sheet. This educational resource clearly explains key concepts in a simple and memorable way. Below are important math skills children need to learn as they progress from Kindergarten through 6th grade.

For each grade level we’ve highlighted the building blocks of math and depicted them in a visually stunning way. From shapes to measurement to multiplication to fractions, we’ve got you covered! We’ve even used mnemonic devices like “King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk.”

Our goal is to make learning enjoyable through dynamic content and fun math games. This math infographic is brought to you by Math Game Time and Math Chimp.

via A Great Guide For Parents: Math Cheat Sheet for K-6th grade | The Black Home School

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