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Helping your child overcome maths anxiety & build mathematical resilience webinar

Rachel Kidson

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Helping Your Child Overcome Maths Anxiety & Build Mathematical Resilience

In this session, Rachel Kidson (Maths Author at Eedi) gives actionable strategies on how you can help your child cope with negative emotions towards maths & homework and powerful solutions to help boost performance & build mathematical resilience.

We all experience maths anxiety in certain situations, but if your child experiences it on a regular basis, it can result in lower performance, and more importantly be detrimental to their self-esteem.

Let's help them build confidence 🚀

Eedi Family helps children build confidence and improve results in maths.

With Eedi, your maths-anxious child can:

1. Find their perfect difficulty level
2. Learn at their own pace
3. Get immediate, personalised feedback from real teachers
4. Gain achievements & earn real rewards

... to boost their maths confidence 🚀

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