Place value is a key mathematics concept for students to learn. The concept that numbers can be broken apart and put back together gives students a

## 6 Signs Your Math Curriculum Isn’t Working

## 6 Signs Your Math Curriculum Isn’t Working

Selecting a math curriculum is a huge decision for homeschoolers. After all, math is one of the “Three R’s,” full of essential skills your student

## Master Addition Facts with Free Music & Activities

## Master Addition Facts with Free Music & Activities

Mastering addition facts is a critical part of becoming a confident math student. Songs, music, and rhyme are all helpful tools to aid students in

## Real-World Math: Fulfillment and Facilities

## Real-World Math: Fulfillment and Facilities

Ask most people what person in a company uses math, and they will generally answer, “The accountant.” That is true, of course. Finance or accounting

## Should Your Preschooler Use Math-U-See Blocks?

## Should Your Preschooler Use Math-U-See Blocks?

You can prepare your preschooler for Math-U-See by providing her with purposeful activity and play in advance. Perhaps it’s happened in your house.

## Teach Word Problems with a Graphic Organizer [Free Download]

## Teach Word Problems with a Graphic Organizer [Free Download]

Word Problem Challenges Many students love to read stories, play with puzzles, and creatively approach problems in their everyday life, so why do

## Make Math Fun with a Math Selfie

## Make Math Fun with a Math Selfie

A math selfie can help improve problem solving skills, increase self-confidence, and showcase student work while learning math. Whether showing a

## Math Flash Cards: Are You Using Them the Wrong Way?

## Math Flash Cards: Are You Using Them the Wrong Way?

Visit any homeschool household and look for the “tools of our trade” as homeschool moms, and you are going to find math flash cards. They are probably

## How to Teach a Child Math Facts

## How to Teach a Child Math Facts

You can teach math facts to your child; learn some of our strategies in this blog post. Let’s say you and a friend are each making a cake. You both