For a long time, math has been the least liked subjects among children. Parents need to realize that they have a great impact on how the children develop their attitude towards the subject and should take the advantage of this and help the children handle the different concepts of math as per the age of the children.** Though it is not a difficult process**, parents need the right type of tricks and tips to help them in this venture.

One of the most basic things parents need to do is to let their children experience math in real life. This can be done by turning basic daily events such as shopping, going to theatres and others into an exciting math lesson.** Children can be taught different** things such as counting money, finding out the total costs of different items, figuring out different shapes in the home and such kinds of things. With these real life events showing the impact of math, the children will find learning the subject easier and exciting.

**Parents can also indulge their children** in different types of games that involve math. The different concepts of mathematics can be incorporated into different games thus transforming learning from the daily boring calculation into exciting and interesting environment. Since the main objective of the game is to get the children to learn, it is important that parents ensure that they keep them simple and straightforward. They should not engage them into games that involve a lot of rules or complex concepts, as this will make them concentrate on these instead of the math concepts in them.

To encourage their children in learning, it is important that the parents follow up on their children’s homework. Many children do not do their math homework mostly because they find it more challenging than the other subjects do. Helping them in dealing with these concepts will allow them to understand them. This is a hard task for most parents because they are caught up in work and other activities but it is very essential and one needs **time management methods** to help deal with it.

Thanks to technology, the **computer has become the parents’ best friend** when it comes to math. Children have shown a tendency of enjoying computers more than pen and paper. Parents should take advantage of this and invest in mathematic software to help the children learn and brush up their math skills. The software can be informative or full of math games and parents should select a bit of both to excite but at the same time teach the children.

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