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Monthly Archives: May 2017

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.

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; the snotty, tearful, “I HATE THIS STUFF” cry that comes from the soul. How on earth does someone who feels the way I do about math…
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The Five Core Activities in Spelling You See


Spelling You See is built on five core activities designed to increase your child’s experience with words; learn how each activity ties together.

We’ve seen it many times—the quizzical look on a parent’s face when she looks at the Spelling You See program for the first time. Next come the questions, usually prefaced by “If this is a spelling program…” “Why are there passages to read?” “Why do I have to read aloud?” “Why does my child have…
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The Homeschool Curriculum Summit


I am pleased to be a featured speaker at the Homeschool Curriculum Summit, a free event hosted online May 3-10.

Demme Learning is pleased to announce that Steve Demme is a featured speaker at the Homeschool Curriculum Summit, a free event hosted online May 3-10. In Steve’s featured video he will dialogue with hosts Todd and Jessie in a session titled “How to Teach Math So Students Will Understand It and Be Successful”. This video…
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