‘I put into practice what you recommended Rosemary, and my daughter’s maths results have doubled since!’ said one delighted parent after attending my author talk at Lytchett Matravers library on 11th January. She also found my book Help Your Child With Numeracy: Age 7-11 very helpful.
It really is very simple how parents can help and support their children with maths. It all starts with realising that, as a parent, your love, care and support has possibly the biggest positive influence on your child’s achievement.
Take a look at my home page for more tips!
There are two other author talks in the pipeline – I will keep you posted! Have fun!
I am really looking forward to my Maths for Mums & Dads session at Dorchester library next Thursday, 11th October, 2 – 3 pm.
Not only am I supporting Libraries Week – libraries can play such an important part in a child’s growing up, introducing them to books and so many other resources – but also, I will have the opportunity to share how parents can help their child to have, and continue to have, a ‘can do’ attitude to maths.
Do come along!
‘I am loving what I am seeing! Keep it up!’ said one young mum to me recently.
Do take a look at what she was talking about – some of my very short YouTube video clips about how you can easily help your child with maths!