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Kids Should Start Learning Math at a Young Age

It's Never Too Early to Learn Your Numbers

ABC, it's as easy as 123, that's how easy math can be! When children start to learn their alphabet, it seems they should also begin counting their numbers. Wee brains are like sponges and can soak up more information than adult brains can fathom. Take advantage of that window and get the ball rolling on their arithmetic before they become timid of the subject. Watch how these children shine in the subtraction spotlight!

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I prefer letting small children just be children for a few years. They will have so many years to come in which they must study, study, study.
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