Tag Archives: math

  • RightStart™ and Fractions

    By Joan A. Cotter, Ph.D., https://rightstartmath.com/ Fractions have a bad reputation in the world of arithmetic as being incomprehensible and unpredictable. Cartoons exploit this fear of fractions for amusement. Believe or not, it’s all a huge misunderstanding. Fractions are necessary and amazing. They are needed, among other things, for telling time, for counting money and Continue Reading

  • Sumboxes – Monthly Math Subscription Service – Great for All Learning Styles

    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

  • 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