At Boost Maths Tuition we are always looking for ways to help parents support their children's Maths in a fun and positive way. We know that so many parents struggle with those moments when the Maths homework for the next day is being completed late into the night, or your child is revising for a test, but it's just not going in!
We know that children won't always accept the help that parents try to offer. So we have designed a series of courses which will help you to super-charge your child's Maths success at home, without having to know how to do the Maths yourself.
How To Help Your Child With Maths At Home (even if Maths is not your thing)
6th February 2020, 8-9pm, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh
Learn how to help your child get past their 'mental block' and enjoy Maths.
Find out how to leverage your child's unique learning personality and use more tactile and visual ways to help your child to remember things more easily.
Discover fun, practical activities that you can sneak in at home that will directly impact their understanding of Maths lessons at school.
Find out how to cope with difficult Maths homework in a positive and constructive way.
Helping Your Child To Nail Their Times Tables!
20th February 2020, 8-9pm, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh
Often children struggle with Maths lessons in school because their mental arithmetic is not up to scratch - in particular, their times tables.
Learn 20 easy and fun ways to help your child with times tables.
Fast-track your child's absorption of times table facts.
Take home a free pack of resources including a card game and times tables posters.
Helping Your Child To Make it Through Their GCSEs - For Parents of Year 11
5th March 2020, 8-9pm, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh
If you have a child in year 11, you may already be feeling the stress in your household.
In this workshop, you will find out:
- The common mistakes in creating and using a revision planner, and how to do it right!
- How to work out which subjects your child needs to prioritise.
- How much revision your child should be doing.
- 12 of the best ways to revise for Mathematics GCSE.