Category Archives for Pre-Algebra

See and Feel Multiplications!

This live presentation will air on:Tuesday – September 13th – 11am Pacific timeThis workshop will be taught in the 2016 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for live access!Homeschoolers love math! Teaching and learning math at home can be easy, creative and fun. There are no regulations as to how to learn math at home. […]

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Strategies for Teaching Math Workshop 1

Special Presentation: Dianne McLean – Strategies for Teaching Math – for Plus members only What You’ll Learn on this Webinar: Discover the truth about why most kids struggle with upper level math, and why switching curriculum won’t solve the issues.  I have taught for 13 years. How to help your struggling child to succeed at math […]

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Introduction to Living Math

[osd_social_media_sharing]   What does calculating the cost of a grocery item per pound, measuring the dimensions of a garden, anticipating the number of days left before a family celebration, and following a recipe have in common? They are all examples of using math in daily life.  In the home education world, we call this “living […]

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Importance of pre algebra

Pre Algebra is the name of a course that is generally taken in middle school math, although sometimes it is taught as early as third grade for gifted students.  For homeschoolers, pre-algebra can be taught anywhere from 8 years old to 17 years, depending on the child's foundation in math and ability to process the […]

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Math Relief

Are you struggling to teach an older child who is behind in math?  Did you recently transition from institutional school to home education and realize your child doesn't know the basics to be in an Algebra class? You are not alone.  Many parents are discovering that schools have pushed children thru without really teaching the […]

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