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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Preparing for the Math Portion of the 2015 ACT®


Our team of developers here at Math-U-See has looked into the ACT test and is prepared to answer some commonly-asked questions.

One of our recent blog posts shared information about the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT®), which is being significantly revised for the 2015-2016 school year. As a result, we have been asked about the American College Test (ACT), another popular exam taken by many high school students. Our team of developers here at Math-U-See has looked…
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Introduce Children to Numbers Easily with These 8 Math Activities


These simple math activities will help teach the names of numbers, what they look like, how to count them in order, and much more!

Numbers and counting are naturally a part of your child’s day. From counting his toes to saying, “one, two, three, go!” while playing in the yard, he is already observing and gathering information about numbers. Math is another avenue for your preschooler to understand and make sense of his world. Learning opportunities that incorporate play…
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How to Develop Organizational Strategies [5 Tips]


Most students need guidance and systematic instruction to learn and develop organizational strategies.

Most students need guidance and systematic instruction to learn and develop organizational strategies. You know the deal: you can give your teen the right supplies and teach him the content, but it’s up to him to manage it all and get everything done. If you feel like your student is overwhelmed when it comes to…
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Why This Hesitant Mathematician Chose Math-U-See


If experience is someone else’s teacher, allow mine to help you be the best for your children as you homeschool with Math-U-See.

If experience is someone else’s teacher, allow mine to help you be the best for your children as you homeschool. I have always firmly believed that each child is different and there is no “one size fits all” approach to homeschooling. That has led me to do a variety of things for my children over…
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