educationandbehavior.com Many times children have trouble solving word problems because they do not know which operation (+, -, X, ÷) to use to solve the problem. When trying to figure out which operation to use, it is important to pay attention … Continue reading

# Category Archives: Math

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# 78 Free IPAD Apps to Help With Learning, Behavior, and Language Development

The IPAD is an extremely useful tool for helping children develop skills. A variety of free apps are designed to help with learning, behavior, and/or language development. There are also several apps specifically created with children with autism in mind. I … Continue reading

# Ongoing Behavior or Academic Problems At School: Facts to Know

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# Math Strategies for Elementary School Students

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# Math Strategies: Teaching Mental Math (Basic Addition)

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# How Math Games Can Help

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