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Numerical fluency is the ability to do mental arithmetic quickly, effortlessly, flexibly and accurately. Numerical fluency transcends paper and pencil arithmetic. Numerical fluency is a good reflection of your child’s deep, rich, and connected understanding of how our number system works. Success in mathematics is unarguably dependent on a child’s fluency with the language of mathematics.

High achievement is tied to a child’s ability to apply effort and persist at solving a challenging problem. Being a patient problem solver is a skill that can be practiced and improved. Your child’s confidence in themselves and their mathematical abilities will grow each time they successfully apply effort and persist at a challenging problem.

Mathematics is about solving problems using your own powers of reasoning. Being a powerful and creative thinker will set your child apart from the rest of the playing field. This higher-order thinking is and should be an intimate part of learning in elementary school.

Much of science and math today relies on graphical models for understanding. Children with strong spatial reasoning skills will have a powerful tool to visualize and solve problems creatively. Spatial reasoning is a skill just like any other skill - the more you practice, the better you will get!

Pi Q Math is not about teaching procedures and then repetitively applying this formula to simple problems. To be a powerful user of mathematics, your child must develop a rich and deep level of understanding of foundational mathematical concepts. This level of understanding comes only from struggling with and solving complex problems. Procedures are not taught until a child can solve a problem intuitively and confidently. Elementary school children are absolutely capable of profound mathematical thought and should be given generous opportunities to apply their understanding creatively and flexibly to new, even more challenging problems.

Numerical fluency is the ability to do mental arithmetic quickly, effortlessly, flexibly and accurately. Numerical fluency transcends paper and pencil arithmetic. Numerical fluency is a good reflection of your child’s deep, rich, and connected understanding of how our number system works. Success in mathematics is unarguably dependent on a child’s fluency with the language of mathematics.

High achievement is tied to a child’s ability to apply effort and persist at solving a challenging problem. Being a patient problem solver is a skill that can be practiced and improved. Your child’s confidence in themselves and their mathematical abilities will grow each time they successfully apply effort and persist at a challenging problem.

Mathematics is about solving problems using your own powers of reasoning. Being a powerful and creative thinker will set your child apart from the rest of the playing field. This higher-order thinking is and should be an intimate part of learning in elementary school.

Much of science and math today relies on graphical models for understanding. Children with strong spatial reasoning skills will have a powerful tool to visualize and solve problems creatively. Spatial reasoning is a skill just like any other skill - the more you practice, the better you will get!

Pi Q Math is not about teaching procedures and then repetitively applying this formula to simple problems. To be a powerful user of mathematics, your child must develop a rich and deep level of understanding of foundational mathematical concepts. This level of understanding comes only from struggling with and solving complex problems. Procedures are not taught until a child can solve a problem intuitively and confidently. Elementary school children are absolutely capable of profound mathematical thought and should be given generous opportunities to apply their understanding creatively and flexibly to new, even more challenging problems.

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Through Deliberate Play

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This Foundation Is Built

Through Continued Practice

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This Foundation Is Built

Through Continued Practice

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All Children Can Be

Powerful Users Of Mathmatics!

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Pi Q Math believes that all children deserve to be powerful users of mathematics - and can be!

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Pi Q Math believes that all children deserve to be powerful users of mathematics - and can be!

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