It's okay, you're not alone - many of us pushed through our early math education with the idea that "I won't ever have to use this again." Not until, of course, we had our own kids going through the same set of classes.
As it turns out, re-learning math can be good not only for you, but for your kid's ability to learn it, too. A recent University of Chicago study found that, if the parent helping the child with their math homework is anxious about math, the child's learning ability declines.
But there's hope! Locally, our school districts often use Dreambox learning, which also has a parent portal designed to help you learn what your kids are learning. Plus, working together on an event like Math Adventure can promote healthy, fun learning for both you and your child - one event at a time.