Have you ever heard someone say, “They threw me in the deep end and told me to swim!”? While some students may find diving into new topics

## The Stories Heard on the Road: My Summer Adventures with Demme Learning

## The Stories Heard on the Road: My Summer Adventures with Demme Learning

Having the privilege of traveling to conferences to speak to homeschooling families is the highlight of what I do here at Demme Learning. I love

## Your Child’s Math Experience is Not Your Math Experience

## Your Child’s Math Experience is Not Your Math Experience

“Your child’s math experience is not your math experience.” Oh my goodness, I wish someone had told me these words almost thirty years ago! I

## What Makes Math-U-See Manipulatives So Special?

## What Makes Math-U-See Manipulatives So Special?

You’ve likely heard that using manipulatives is an important aspect of teaching and learning math, but you might not know what types of math

## How to Use the Math-U-See Manipulatives

## How to Use the Math-U-See Manipulatives

Many people wonder how they should use the Math-U-See manipulatives to teach math. If you don’t use them properly, they are not going to be very

## Math Manipulatives Aren’t Just for “Little Kids”

## Math Manipulatives Aren’t Just for “Little Kids”

For many people, the mention of math manipulatives calls to mind using marbles for counting or craft sticks tied in bundles of 10 to illustrate place

## Gray Carson: Algebra to Synesthesia [Video Interview]

## Gray Carson: Algebra to Synesthesia [Video Interview]

Homeschool conventions are always a source of joy for the Demme Learning team. We meet new families, connect with families who have become friends

## Math-U-See is Too Repetitive!

## Math-U-See is Too Repetitive!

My student is telling me that the Math-U-See curriculum is too repetitive; I'm not sure what to do. A key component to mastering any new skill or

## Math-U-See’s Sequence is Confusing!

## Math-U-See’s Sequence is Confusing!

I'm considering switching to the Math-U-See program, but I'm worried that your curriculum’s unique sequence will prevent student from having a smooth