Hi, DD has bringing IMO harder and harder maths work for her Sats revision home. Now I appreciate she attempts all this on her own but I like to offer support and guidance where necessary. The maths questions though even for me that she asks me about I am struggling with the 'basic' stuff. Perhaps I am trying to work out in my head what can be done on a calculator I hope so
The husband is much better than me but even he struggled on a couple of questions she brought home. I can't believe it was primary level maths tbh, IMO looked more like GCSE! What's it going to be like when it IS GCSE!!
Anyway my point is, my DD has one of those mathematical minds, as in she 'gets it' I don't. English, the arts, languages that's 'my thing' She has been better in maths than i for a very long time and I don't feel 'clever enough' in maths to be a good support for her
Children that go on to secondary school level maths, would the school guidance/support in maths be enough for her to work well in maths? I feel as her parent I should 'get it' so I can explain workings out, tbh I feel a bit stupid.