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By: Susan
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6451498
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 15:56:53 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6451498Overlearning is the key to remembering. 🙂
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By: Andrea
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6449087
Tue, 24 Apr 2018 17:24:55 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6449087 who failed math after 7th grade ]]>How can you over-learn ANYTHING? And this, coming from one ☝️ who failed math after 7th grade
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By: Susan
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6106122
Fri, 26 Feb 2016 17:34:55 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6106122Yes, board games and card games definitely help with math skills!
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By: JoAnn
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6105299
Thu, 25 Feb 2016 01:44:08 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6105299Board games and card games are another great way to practice math facts, fractions, order of operations, mathematical thinking, etc.
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By: Susan
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6094272
Fri, 29 Jan 2016 17:50:04 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6094272Thanks! They were fun!
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By: Erin @Nourishing My Scholar
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-6093916
Thu, 28 Jan 2016 23:48:28 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-6093916Oh, these all sound like such fun ways to learn or practice math!
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By: Susan
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-2250793
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:23:21 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-2250793You’re welcome. There are so many ways to help our kids to get the math skills they will need so desperately in the future!
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By: Susan
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-2250782
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:22:28 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-2250782That’s great. Kids love to practice their math skills by playing games rather than on paper anyway!
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By: Diane Hurst
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-2250752
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:19:24 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-2250752I like the concept of overlearning– especially for math! There is a website called xtra math that provides a very simple computer based facts drill; we’ve been impressed by it, but also have practiced in a variety of ways– you can use a calculator to practice math facts by inputting the two numbers, saying the answer and then clicking the equals sign to check yourself.
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By: Missy @ Dot-to-Dot Connections
http://susanevans.org/blog/fun-ways-to-overlearn-math/#comment-299069
Sun, 12 Jan 2014 03:24:07 +0000http://susanevans.org/blog/?p=13255#comment-299069Great ideas, Susan! Thank you for sharing!
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