Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Making Sense of Math on The Homeschool Post

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Math is considered an essential subject, but it's one that's associated with anxiety for many students - and for many a homeschool mom as well. Especially as their students reach upper grades and are expected to learn algebra and geometry. Let's face it, even if we did pretty well in our own high school math classes, we're often out of practice, and wonder how we'll help our own kids to understand what we barely remember. Choosing a math curriculum that is a good fit for the student can make a huge difference!

All the math textbooks teach the same thing, right? Generally, yes they do, but there are different approaches and sequences and media, and finding what works for each child can be the difference between success and frustration.

Knowing how our kids think and how they learn best can be a huge help in choosing a math curriculum that will truly help them make sense of math! Join me over at The Homeschool Post for my thoughts on how to pick math curriculum that suits your student's individual needs.

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