Do you get goose bumps thinking about your maths exam the other day? Do you shudder when your peers discuss about the paper? Fear of maths can be unimaginable; hence, we tell you some tips and tricks to make you love this subject!
“Creativity is intelligence having fun.”- Albert Einstein
In her book “Primary Art: It’s the Process, Not the Product” author Mary Ann F. Kohl gives us an insight into how activities such as painting and coloring can improve the motor skills of a child. She further goes on to explain that how basic mathematics skills are improved when kids count colors. Moreover, process of creating something new boosts the child’s self-confidence. Being creative, the freedom of making mistakes and learning from them encourages children to discover new ways of learning. Read more