Three little-known facts to help you decide whether to finish your homeschool math curriculum, plus four options for handling those extra lessons.
How to teach an excellent homeschool math lesson and make the most effective use of your teaching time–in 6 easy steps!
Got a kid who HATES math? These 12 teaching strategies will help your math-hater enjoy math more–and stop the day-dreaming, tears, and tantrums! Something out the window is so fascinating that your child’s eyes haven’t moved from it in five …
I’ve never taken a poll, but I’d guess that worrying that we’re not not doing enough is the number one fear of homeschoolers. It’s definitely mine. We’ve made this unconventional choice to educate our kids at home, and we don’t want to …
Kids’ sloppy mistakes in math driving you up the wall? Learn 4 simple steps you can take to improve their neatness and accuracy in math!
Ever wonder what exactly to do with all the math manipulatives that came with your math curriculum? Or wonder if using more manipulatives would help your kids understand math better? In this article, you’ll learn six facts about math manipulatives so you can use them effectively and confidently with your kids.
Reading math is much harder than reading fiction! 5 skills to teach your kids so they can learn from their math books and be more independent in math. Why is reading math so difficult? When your kids read a novel, …
Does your child often write numbers backwards? No need to panic! Here’s how to handle number reversals in homeschool math.
These ten strategies will help your kids develop a growth mindset for math and for life. Use them in your homeschool to help your kids learn that accomplishment comes not from inborn talent, but from perseverance, mistakes, and hard work.
Very few books have changed my life, but Mindset is one of them.
If you worry that you’re not good enough at math to teach it, or feel anxious that your kids just aren’t “mathy” enough to understand math thoroughly, it might just change your life, too.
In this book review, you’ll learn the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. You’ll learn why a growth mindset will help you empower your kids to work hard, face new challenges, and learn from their mistakes so they can reach their full potential—not only in math, but also throughout their lives.