The child makes excuses to avoid math assignments in school, such as asking to go to the bathroom or claiming to feel ill. These strategies to avoid the task could also happen at home, or the child may lie to family members and pretend not to have any math homework in the first place.
The learner has had trouble with math in the past and continues to struggle.
Practice basic math skills from prior grade levels for which the child has a weak understanding to make it simpler for the child to master math skills of the current grade level.
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Math doesn’t need to be a scary riddle that induces math phobia in your child because it appears impossible to solve. Math can be a fun game your child enjoys!