Help With Math

How To Make Your Teen Money Smart

July 19, 2007

Every parent knows that teenagers think they know everything; in fact, trying to tell teenagers something is sometimes next to impossible. But as a parent, you want to make sure that your teen is more money-smart; this way they don&#39t blow their hard-earned money on something frivolous. The best idea for making sure that your […]

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Math Resources: Math Software

December 6, 2004

Many Web sites provide information and reviews that you can use to select the best mathematics software for your child. Here are just a few of those Web sites:

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Math Resources: Books for Children, Grades 3-5

December 6, 2004

Grades 3-5

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Math Resources: Books for Children, Preschool-Grade 2

December 6, 2004

The following is only a sampling of the many available math-related children’s books that your child might enjoy. Please ask your local or school librarian to help you find other appropriate titles. Many of books listed here are also available in languages other than English. Your librarian can help you locate books in a particular […]

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Math Resources: Publications for Parents

December 6, 2004

Apelman, Maja and King, Julie. (1993). Exploring Everyday Math: Ideas for Students, Teachers, and Parents. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.
Barber, Jacqueline, Parizeau, Nicole, Bergman, Lincoln and Lima, Patricia. (2002).
Spark Your Child’s Success in Math and Science: Practical Advice for Parents. Berkeley, California: Great Explorations in Math and Science.

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Math Resources: Web Sites

December 6, 2004

In addition to the federal sources listed above, the following Web sites contain great links for both you and your child:

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