Tag Archives: elementary math

  • RightStart and Addition Facts

    By Joan A. Cotter, Ph.D. https://rightstartmath.com/ Addition Addition can be thought of as finding the whole when the parts are known. Place value greatly simplifies finding the sum of two numbers. To be efficient in adding, we start with the sums of numbers 1 + 1 through 9 + 9. These are best learned through Continue Reading

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    https://sumboxes.com/ Math Grade Levels K-5 Math games for teams or individual play for all learning styles By Joseph Grayhaim Sumboxes is a unique math game subscription service that sends a box containing two new math games to a subscriber family each month for a very reasonable price. The instructions, necessary game pieces, plastic storage bag Continue Reading

  • Conceptual Learning Materials – Math for Montessori & More

    Insights into Math Concepts math@conceptuallearning.com by Michael Leppert Much of the best learning materials available to homeschoolers is developed by professional teachers either active or retired. These dedicated people are constantly seeking ways to help their students and create unique and inventive products from their searches. One such example is Conceptual Learning Materials, created by Continue Reading

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  • Basic Math Solutions™ – America’s Math Teacher’s Unique Approach

    Mr. Richard Garcia helps end the math struggle http://basicmathsolutions.com/ by Emerson Sandow Basic Math Solutions™ is a system of teaching and learning math developed by Mr. Richard Garcia, a Special Ed teacher who thought about math struggles his students go through . . . and thought about it . . . and thought about it Continue Reading