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Mathematics: When to worryMMathematics: When to worryMathematics: When to worryEnglishDevelopmentalSchool age child (5-8 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2009-10-31T04:00:00ZVirginia Frisk, Ph.D., C. Psych000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Math skills are divided into different categories. Within these categories, learn about the specific signs that indicate your child may be having difficulty.</p><p>Math skills are divided into different categories. Within these categories, here are some specific signs that your child may be having difficulty.</p><h2>Key points</h2><ul><li>Math skills are divided into five different areas: number sense and numeration; measurement; geometry and spatial sense; patterning and algebra; data management and probability.</li><li>There are specific signs in each of the categories to look for that indicate your child may be having difficulty.​</li></ul>
À quel moment s’inquiéter au sujet des mathématiquesÀÀ quel moment s’inquiéter au sujet des mathématiquesMathematics: When to worryFrenchDevelopmentalSchool age child (5-8 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionAdult (19+) CaregiversNA2009-10-31T04:00:00ZVirginia Frisk, Ph.D., C. PsychFlat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Les habiletés mathématiques sont divisées en différents domaines. Parmi ces domaines, voici certains signes particuliers qui peuvent indiquer que votre enfant a des difficultés.</p><p>Les habiletés mathématiques sont divisées différents domaines. Parmi ces domaines, voici certains signes particuliers qui peuvent indiquer que votre enfant a des difficultés.</p><h2>À retenir</h2><ul><li>Les aptitudes mathématiques couvrent cinq domaines différents : la numération et le sens du nombre, la mesure, la géométrie et l’orientation spatiale, la structuration et l’algèbre, la gestion des données et les probablilités.</li><li>Des signes indéniables liés à chacune des catégories révélent que votre enfant pourrait avoir des difficultés.</li></ul>

 

 

Mathematics: When to worry724.000000000000Mathematics: When to worryMathematics: When to worryMEnglishDevelopmentalSchool age child (5-8 years)NANAHealthy living and preventionCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2009-10-31T04:00:00ZVirginia Frisk, Ph.D., C. Psych000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Math skills are divided into different categories. Within these categories, learn about the specific signs that indicate your child may be having difficulty.</p><p>Math skills are divided into different categories. Within these categories, here are some specific signs that your child may be having difficulty.</p><h2>Key points</h2><ul><li>Math skills are divided into five different areas: number sense and numeration; measurement; geometry and spatial sense; patterning and algebra; data management and probability.</li><li>There are specific signs in each of the categories to look for that indicate your child may be having difficulty.​</li></ul><h2>Number sense and numeration</h2><ul><li>Has trouble recognizing numbers. </li><li>Has trouble learning number names. </li><li>Has counting difficulties: does not realize numbers go in order; when counting, does not realize last number counted is the total; only counts objects one way. </li><li>Does not understand one-to-one correspondence by Grade One. </li><li>Unable to add and subtract with counters in Grade One. </li><li>Does not realize that adding and subtraction are reciprocal operations by the end of Grade One. </li><li>Number facts are slow to develop: child always uses fingers or counters to find the answer. </li><li>Has trouble learning and remembering computational procedures. </li></ul><h2>Measurement</h2><ul><li>Cannot learn to tell time or use money. </li><li>Has trouble reading or answering questions about a simple graph. </li></ul><h2>Geometry and spatial sense</h2><ul><li>Has trouble learning names of shapes such as circle, square, rectangle, diamond, and oval. </li><li>Does not know the meaning of terms such as more, less, half, part, or spatial terms like behind, over, beside. </li></ul><h2>Patterning and algebra</h2><ul><li>Has trouble recognizing and extending recurrent patterns. </li><li>Cannot put objects in order. </li><li>Has trouble sorting by colour, shape, size, or texture. </li></ul><h2>Data management and probability</h2><ul><li>Has trouble representing data on a graph. </li><li>Is not aware of the frequency of occurrence of different events. </li><li>Has trouble determining what operation to use to solve math word problems. </li></ul><img alt="" src="https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/mathematics_when_to_worry.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/mathematics_when_to_worry.jpgMathematics: When to worry

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