(The following post is Part 1 in a four-part series on studying math through the lens of other disciplines. We believe that students thrive when they

## Bring Life to Math By Studying It’s History

## Bring Life to Math By Studying It’s History

(The following post is Part 1 in a four-part series on studying math through the lens of other disciplines. We believe that students thrive when they

## Math Mistakes Are Opportunities for Growth

## Math Mistakes Are Opportunities for Growth

When your student is making a recurring mistake, it is an opportunity to pause, and then ask together, “Okay, what parts of this are we not

## 4 Practical Ways to Bring Success to Anxious Students

## 4 Practical Ways to Bring Success to Anxious Students

As I talk to parents, a student’s anxiety towards learning math or spelling is often discussed. I often hear “We just open the math book and they

## Can the Study of Math Lead to a Flourishing Life?

## Can the Study of Math Lead to a Flourishing Life?

Why Study Math? There are a few answers to this question, some more obvious than others. We study and practice mathematics because it is useful for

## Integer Blocks = Success for the Artsy Math Student

## Integer Blocks = Success for the Artsy Math Student

The misconception that students are either strong in math or strong in art but not both is something I hear often. As a Placement Specialist, I often

## Dear Students, Meet The Mathematicians Who Fight Disease

## Dear Students, Meet The Mathematicians Who Fight Disease

(If your student is struggling to feel motivated studying algebra or geometry, have them read the following about the exciting ways mathematicians aid

## 4 Questions to Ask If You’re Struggling with Teaching Math

## 4 Questions to Ask If You’re Struggling with Teaching Math

If you're struggling with teaching math, you may relate to the questions in this blog post. When I get something and there are instructions, I give

## Consistency is Key in Math and Spelling

## Consistency is Key in Math and Spelling

I think we fail to recognize the value of consistency in our time with our children. Too often, we find ourselves as homeschool parents having to flex