Provide moral support: Children generally depend on their parents most. They rely on their parents in many aspects. They need their parents the most especially when they face some unmanageable difficulties or problems. In that case, parent's moral support works as healing mantras to them. Many failed students can again do better results by having moral support from their parents.
Today we all know that benefits of math are considerable. Math is not a subject one learns by reading the problems and solutions. American children have very little practice with multi_step problems, and very few opportunities to think their way in to and through problems that don't look like 'all the others'. With a packed curriculum and the increased emphasis on testing, our children are taught tons of procedures _ but procedures disconnected from when to use them, and why. Sustained thinking _ the key ingredient to math success _ is painfully absent in too many math classes.