Are you running out of ideas for toddlers to memorise math answers?
Here are three possible ways.
Instead of giving out answers by speaking it out, sing it. So why sing it instead of saying it? It’s memorable, catchy and energetic; this reduces toddlers from struggling to remember answers, and it’s much healthier. Repetition is essential for singing a song, so don’t sing it once; sing it more than once a day, so those answers refresh toddlers’ brains.
Again, repetition is essential. Toddlers participating in activities lead to toddlers building up skills such as solving abilities; time management by knowing the answer quicker than they used to. If the activity involves having a partner, it increases teamwork and social skills.
Math objects such as counters, abacus, cubes, dice and many more can help toddlers find their answers; a table of numbers template can even help. Those objects can help build their self-confidence and creativity in finding ways to answer questions; it improves memory and concentration.