Math Tips for Struggling Homeschool Students

Math Tips for Struggling Homeschool Students

Does math make your homeschooled child anxious? Here are tried and true math tips for struggling students! Your child is in tears again. It’s time for math. You know that they can do it, but they don’t believe you. They struggle through the lesson. They don’t...
Using Picture Books to Teach Homeschool Math

Using Picture Books to Teach Homeschool Math

Using great picture books to teach math concepts is such a fun way to introduce math! Since most young kids enjoy great books, reading stories that feature math topics helps kids see practical ways to use math in real life. However, math can cover a wide variety of...
Relaxed and Playful Preschool Math for Homeschoolers

Relaxed and Playful Preschool Math for Homeschoolers

Preschool math can be woven into everyday activities. Learn how! Confession: I never taught my children to count.  To give some context, my three boys are six, four, and two, so it’s certainly realistic that I would have taught my older children their numbers as...
Critical Thinking and Logic in Your Homeschool

Critical Thinking and Logic in Your Homeschool

Critical thinking and logic aren’t quite the same things, although we often treat them as if they are. They are related. Think of how correlation and causation are related. Don’t run away in fear; this isn’t too academic although I could totally nerd...
Homeschool Online Math Curriculum

Homeschool Online Math Curriculum

It’s no secret that as a homeschooling parent I struggle in middle grade math. Give me a book, science experiment or art project any day, but I’m just not into math. My kids excel at above grade level mathematics, likely because they love solving mathematics...