Everyone learns differently. While some kids pick up math and science concepts quickly, others are not as fortunate. The good news is that there are professionals available to assess your child to find out how much your child understands.
Although the ability of a child to do long division or calculate a right angle doesn’t mean that the child is going to be a failure in life, it will be more difficult to get through school. Therefore, it is important to come up with strategies that can help all kids learn in a way that won’t cause them to tune out when things get too hard in the classroom.
Over time, a child may be able to advance past the goals set for them in their initial assessment. As children get older, change teachers or start to focus harder on their studies, they may start to understand the concepts and skills needed to pass their math and science classes with little or no help at all.