Your kid is growing up, and he is entering into the world of patterns, puzzles and quizzes and their love for the math are going to rise. They are ready and excited to take part in all such activities that are related to math. But if you want to be a good parent, make sure that you are doing the right thing for your kid. You must not neglect your kid in mathematical development neither you push him so hard; try to obtain a balance in teaching your child the mathematical skills.

Here is the best guide for the children up to 8 years of age; they will help in the growth of your child with the development of the best natural skills. Have a look at the guide for your little ones:

**1. Let Them Play:**

This is the highly effective thing that enhances your child skills whether its math or any other subject. You must provide your kids with such playing environment where they can express their feelings, and they will take the lead too. You can select the blocks or patterns for the sorting or the building to play with the best things.

You can also use dots, boxes, war or polka dots as they are better for your kid and he will learn the collaboration with them. You can ask your kid to count the number of trees, or the eggs in the carton, or the number of books on the shelf or the number of apples in the fridge. You can tell your kid about all these mathematical tricks.

**2. Let Them Learn:**

Learning obviously takes time, and your kid will not learn all the things within seconds. The process of the learning is slow and a little complex for your little ones. This is not the quiz for your child so doesn’t push them to remember all the things that they have learned once as he is not able to learn the adding fractions and subtracting fractions. If they are having fun in all these activities, then sit back and relax because your child is learning.

**3. Let Them Think:**

Your child is following you, and he will learn each and everything that you are going to tell him. So, it is recommended that you must narrate them what you are thinking and you must use the language of math to tell them what’s going in your head.

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