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My middle school daughter has difficulty in comprehending math concepts and tends to get confused with other math concepts. This leads her to score below average marks in math. When I sepnd time to explain things, she understands and acknowledges them. However, when given a portfolio of different problems mixed together, she gets confused. How do you suggest that I work with her in this pretext?

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Maria Droujkova

**Answer** by Maria Droujkova , Make math your own, to make your own math
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Jul 20, 2013 at 07:44 AM

When you explain things, invite your daughter to pose her own problems of each type. Solve them together. Bring joy to them by using her favorite stories in the problems.
Then mix up her problems and offer those for her to solve, again, as a group.

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