@Anonymous Just wanted to give some suggestions. Maths is different from other subjects and requires a lot of practice as you and your child must already know.. Practicing everyday, learning the formulas, and developing problem solving skills are important. Good news is that there are lot of YouTube channels and lessons available on the internet that are free. These lessons are meant to teach math in a Fun and interesting way. Apart from this, if you don't mind sending the child to tuition, you might need a good teacher who will teach the child in an interesting way and motivate well..will add more solutions and info if I come across and think of. Hope this helps. Good luck.
@Roopa M I am a Maths teacher from Assam and very true, it is motivation and encouragement that really helps children do well in maths and enables them to get rid of the phobia. If you are planng to put her in a tuition class, make sure that she shares a great rapport with the teacher. Also, she can ask her own school teacher can hand-hold her if she discusses her doubts freely with her. As teachers it is our constant endeavour to help our children do better
@Anonymous Dear Parent, You did a good job identifying your child's interest. Every child's learning capacity is different. She is good at acedamics but low at maths. Give her some time without pressurising in improving her math. Math is not our life examination, moreover, math formulas, algebra, geometry does not play important role, so basics are known that's enough. More stress and consciousness leads to poor results instead take that subject lightly and move on.
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Dear Rani, Thank you for reaching out to us. We can see that your daughter is finding it difficult to differentiate and solve math problems. Maths as a subject is often seen as something that is difficult and challenging. We should make sure that we do not set that as an environment for our children right from the beginning. Encourage them even if they fail. PRACTICE - This is the key to start loving the subject and not fear it. More the practice is, more familiar we get towards the various problems and more confident we get while solving the problems. This article written by our experts will help you and your daughter to a great extent https://www.parentcircle.com/article/10-tips-to-overcome-the-fear-of-maths/
@Rani Lakshmi Hello, She is bright student, I appreciate that identification of your child. Math problems are not a life problem, they can be tackle with less stress and zero expectations in gaining scores. More the stress and consciousness leads to poor results and vice versa.