All Things Math
Math has to be more than just rote memorization. We need to be able to apply our skills to real life situations. Check out these resources to bring math off the page and into the minds of your learners.
Questions about math curriculum top the list when I talk with homeschooling families. This article lays out my best advice for tweaking your math approach. If you feel like you need some coaching on this, we can set it up!
Whether your child tries to go too fast just to get done, or has a hit or miss approach to math skills, these ideas will help tame the sloppy math problem.
Most curriculum drop the ball when it comes to making math real. Here are some ideas for all skill levels to help you expand on math skills and really get a kid's brain around how math works.
There's difference between telling time and understanding time. Get some ideas here for helping your child master this concept.
Especially if your child dreads math, you need this article. But anyone can find a renewed interest in math with these tips and treats.
I'm not a fan of textbooks for math, but if you're going to use one as the cornerstone of your math program please tailor it to your child's abilities. This article shows you how to weed out the skills your child already knows and pinpoint the new skills to tackle or where additional practice is needed.
If you have a child who's more into reading than math, this article will help you find avenues to blend these topics.