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Stretch-n-Grow of Winston-Salem (and the Triad), North Carolina

Jennifer Hansel - Owner/Director
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Welcome to Stretch-n-Grow of the Triad!   This year marks our 16th year serving children, families, and child care centers! 

We are passionate about helping children learn about fitness and building the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits!

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Learning math can have many benefits: it helps explain much of how the universe works, it allows the development of logical and analytical thinking, it strengthens problem-solving skills, among many other. However, some students experience math aversion and anxiety. If your child is one of them, below are some tips on how you can do math confidently.

How to Encourage Your Student to Do Math Confidently

  1. First of all, you have to be a role model. Your child looks to you to mold their behavior, so don't talk negatively about math and don't shy away from it. This can help them be more eager to learn it.
  2. Any learning process can be challenging at times. That's why you must support your child through it: offer words of encouragement, answer their questions, and help them succeed.
  3. Some students think that learning math is useless. To teach yours this isn't the case, let them see that math is everywhere and use examples from your daily life. For instance, next time you're at the store, have them add the prices before reaching the counter.
  4. Regular practice will help your child develop their math skills faster, which, in turn, will give them more confidence to continue learning. Provide worksheets they can complete at home to ensure they practice more.
  5. Lastly, there's a slew of fun and entertaining material designed to help children learn math and feel less intimidated by it. For instance, you can download games and apps to that end.

Help your child develop their math skills with tutoring in Richmond, TX. Call The Tutoring Center, Richmond, TX, at (832) 449-3286 for more information.