Tag Archives: homeschool 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

  • Rebecca Klemm’s NumbersAlive – Great Math Teaching Resource

    Stories, Puzzles and other Activities bring numbers alive for students! www.numbersalive.org info@numbersalive.org Dr. Rebecca Klemm explains how exploring numbers’ history, background and application to everyday life can pave the way for learning breakthroughs. Rebecca Klemm, PhD (Statistics) has been a teacher for over 40 years. She makes math relevant for children and adults around the Continue Reading

  • Khan Academy – How Do I Use It?

    by Barry Gelston, M.Ed. http://mrgelston.com/ Today I address the value of Khan Academy and where I see its use in the homeschool world. I like Khan Academy. I think that it is a valuable and important resource for learning math on the internet, but the question remains, how do you use it in your life? Continue Reading