Her primary didn't do much science, I let loose wording and errors go into school but when she has it horribly wrong (the website she used confused evaporation with boiling for example) I can't help myself.If she's crying I would definitely help though I would also let the school know that she's upset and she can't do it unaided maybe discreetly.School will want to know what she can do, not what mum can do.
Her primary didn't do much science, I let loose wording and errors go into school but when she has it horribly wrong (the website she used confused evaporation with boiling for example) I can't help myself.If she's crying I would definitely help though I would also let the school know that she's upset and she can't do it unaided maybe discreetly.Tags: Wittgenstein EssaysCreperie Business PlanEssays Gender Discrimination WorkplaceAgainst Animal Testing EssayBuy Research Papers No PlagiarismCritical Thinking ProgramsResearch Papers On Wireless Sensor NetworksNo Homework Pass TemplateReady Made Assignments
She finds mental arithmetic really difficult which doesn't help.
What also doesn't help is that her 2yr younger brother is very good at maths and will yell out answers immediately whilst she still has the cogs whirring.
When he was in nursery he used to look over her shoulder and tell her all the answers for her yr 1 homework.
Lily I don't even want to think about French and German, I somehow managed to get a B in French GCSE (bolstered mainly by the reading module) and German I did for about a year and I don't think I ever understood a word. Let your child become more independent and allow mistakes.
I e-mail though I am not sure the best method in secondary yet.
Mine used Mathletics online previously which is about £40 a year but might help her though I would ask the schools advice on what best to use as secondaries may use something else, negative numbers should have been covered in primary and Mathletics goes up year by year to GCSE.
In the case of OP's daughter if she clearly isn't getting the maths concept, it would be better for her to complete as much homework as she can and report to teacher that she found it hard - do they have a feedback option on the online homework?
I let my DD do her homework independently and then check it.
Last night she had science and had to give definitions of a few words.
She googled them and copied them down, memorised them, passed the book to me.... I did feel obliged to provide explanations and correct definitions & encourage her to use her text book, which is huge & seems to intimidate her.