Do you have an elementary-age child?
It is vitally important that you acclimate your child to counting everyday. Begin while he or she is young. You can use simple objects like your own fingers to start him or her counting to ten. It is never too early to get any child interested in mathematics.
Your child, by the age of 5 or 6 should be able to recognize geometrical shapes like triangles, circles and squares. Use of everyday objects around the house is a great way to start.
View the Common Core Curriculum Guide for Elementary Grades:
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