As I loaded the dishwater the other night, I watched intently as the two of you gathered at the dining room table. One would think that the two of you were
playing with the latest gadget, or building the coolest Lego spaceship. Instead, what you two had in had were a pencil, a napkin, a keen curiosity, a desire to share, and a desire to learn.
Who says math can’t be cool? by Leslie Crawford
Little man, I have seen you go out of your way all the time to teach your sister. As you can see, I had my old phone on hand and was able to capture this moment. And yes, you two have turned our dining table into a table for arts and crafts and learning time, too.
I love math, I hope that love has passed on to you as well. I love when you go out of your way to stump me with math equations you create. (I win if I can solve them without the use of pencil and paper.)
If a child can learn to think math is fun, or for that matter, education is fun, what is their potential in life? I was proud to see you working with her. I see such great hope in you both.