In a recent Math-U-See webinar our founder Steve Demme took some time to talk about Math-U-See's philosophy in his own words. He also provides some

## How Much Parental Involvement is Needed in Math-U-See?

## How Much Parental Involvement is Needed in Math-U-See?

So you’ve heard how awesome Math-U-See is, and now you’re wondering how involved your role is as a parent. First, let me say that every student is

## Do I Really Have Everything I Need for Upper Level Math-U-See?

## Do I Really Have Everything I Need for Upper Level Math-U-See?

It’s week three of a new school year. You purchased your Math-U-See Geometry curriculum months ago at your area convention, and you’re sure you have

## Top 4 Reasons Why Math-U-See Is Unique

## Top 4 Reasons Why Math-U-See Is Unique

You're at a homeschool conference and you overhear a conversation between two parents. One is unfamiliar with Math-U-See. In describing us, it’s

## 4 Creative Activities for Reinforcing Place Value

## 4 Creative Activities for Reinforcing Place Value

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

## Fractions Are Critical for Success in Higher Math

## Fractions Are Critical for Success in Higher Math

ANN ARBOR, Mich.—What part of math success comes from knowing fractions? More than you might think, according to a new study that analyzed long-term

## Are the Math-U-See Videos Necessary?

## Are the Math-U-See Videos Necessary?

The Math-U-See program provides videos for instruction. For whom are they created? It may not be who you think; parents often mistake the videos as

## You Don’t Need to Be a Math Expert to Teach Math to Your Children

## You Don’t Need to Be a Math Expert to Teach Math to Your Children

Who is a “math expert?” Certainly not me. At best, I have an adversarial relationship with math. At worst, I have been known to cry – the ugly cry;

## Teaching Place Value is Important

## Teaching Place Value is Important

The little girl sits puzzling over the problem on the page. She’s only in second grade, but the stress of high performance expectations is already in