Mandylubug Posted September 10, 2012 Share Posted September 10, 2012 My oldest son is way behind in math. He FREAKS out when we speak of borrowing and regrouping, etc... He doesn't do well with memorization and is ADHD with kinesthetic tendencies. We have changed three different curriculums and have now found his "breaking" point with this one. I KNOW he can do it if he would just stop telling himself he can't. At what point do I throw in the towel and say I am not capable of teaching him this? We are seriously considering placing him in a charter school at the moment due to the power struggles we have over math alone. At what point is the point of no return? The point where he is severely behind in math? I am at a loss. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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