Using picture books to teach math skills is an engaging way to make real-life math connections.
Preschool math can be relaxed, playful and robust when we focus less on counting, and more on the math that surrounds our preschoolers every day.
We love using math manipulatives with our younger math students, but we tend to shy away from using them with our older ones. Check out why they should be used!
Critical thinking and logic are two sides of the same coin. Raising kids that will become expert crititcal thinkers is ideal, but how do you do it?
With this user-friendly and thorough online math curriculum, kids aren’t limited to age-based levels, giving them a chance to work at their own pace.
This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printables for kids, including a foldable cube! Perfect for back to school time.
Enliven your daily STEM education with these free printables that are perfect for a morning or breakfast homeschool board.
Are you ready for Mathematics and Statistics Awareness month in April? Get some ideas and resource suggestions for Math Month!
Do you have a child who is struggling with math? Try these simple midline exercises that activate both sides of the brain.
With preschool math, you are introducing the very basics. You don’t need a curriculum to do it! Here’s how to get started using play & everyday activities.
Math skills are in high demand these days, even for jobs that are not STEM related. Read 5 ways to help your child excel at homeschool math, & love it too!
Building number sense in our homeschooled children is incredibly important, but do you know why? Check out three of the many reasons why!
Facing another day where your math lesson ended in frustration and tears? Here are 4 practical tips for homeschooling your child with a math disability.
Learn how to make a multiplication fact flip book for fact practice or as a handy reference while your child is working to memorize the multiplication tables.
Besides all the fabulous learning reasons to Love BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS, another great reason is fun? These can help make learning (or review) more fun for our middle schoolers. Great for summer review, or for use in a homeschool setting, BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS are packed full of information and fun for middle schoolers.
Stepping away from the mathematics textbook and looking at all the math connections there are in nature is an eye-opening experience. Looking for and finding math lessons in nature is an art and science that will really benefit your students.
Rather than always reaching for a worksheet or workbook, try one of these 5 suggestions to teach basic counting skills in a fun, engaging, non-threatening manner!
Using literature to introduce math cultivates number sense and mathematical thinking and is a gentle method which creates an awareness of how math permeates everyday life.
With so many math curriculum and tools in the homeschool market chances are there are many math learning tools that you may no know about.
Whether your children love or hate math, it’s a necessary subject. Many children don’t understand its necessity, though, and continually ask the question, “When will I ever use this in real life?” We can help our children understand the answer to that question when we make math meaningful by connecting it to real life.
This year, I'm teaching my daughter kindergarten math without curriculum. Kindergarten is the perfect time to "play" school, and kindergarten mathematics is the best place to start with making learning fun. When my oldest was beginning kindergarten, I excitedly bought...