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Parents can help children improve their maths skills



It is unfortunate that many students find mathematics challenging since, at least at the secondary level, it is usually compulsory for advancement in school, and is often required in the workplace.

Foundational mathematics — basic skills such as counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and measuring — is the most important factor in overall mathematics performance. It is taken for granted that children will learn these at school, but research is clear that as parents are a child's first teachers, their success in any subject increases significantly when they support them in their work at home.

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