By di91T4lo3p4NdH4. Cursive Letters. At Thursday, March 19th 2020, 06:15:07 AM.
In brief, the upper loops represent intangible philosophical ideas, concepts, principles and thought. The lower case letters (middle/mundane zone) reflect daily-living routines, the commonplace and areas of existing knowledge. A dominant middle-zone area indicates an attitude of entitlement and self-absorption, where the person is focused on the immediate, similar to adolescent thinking: The focus is on "What is for dinner?" "Who is going to the prom?" "What is on TV tonight?" The philosophy is analogous to Bette Middler in the movie "Beaches," who said, "Now that I have talked about me, what do you think about me?" or words to that effect.
If you do it right, your child will come to love math and will hunger for more math questions. As she gets better and better, you will soon find that she has finished one grade level and will be ready to move on to the next. Go ahead and promote her to the next grade level. Do not be surprised if in a year has time she has completed a few grades and is even ahead of her peers! Rome was not built in a day, and neither will your child has math skills. It will take patience, determination and love on your part to help your child build her self-confidence in math. Happy teaching!
Know the author has background. This person needs to have a background in education and, ideally, should be trained in the latest educational methods, like brain-based teaching/learning. I personally would never use any materials with my child that did not specifically mention being "brain-based." I am not talking about just "research-based." I see more and more sites claiming to have research-based materials, but what I find is definitely NOT based on how the brains actually learns. Brain-based learning is relatively new in the educational world, but most worksheet sites and materials are using old science or, more often, no science at all.