Want a fun and unique way to celebrate Pi Day with your kids this year? These adorable cards are simple and cheap! This is a FREE set of printable cards to help kids celebrate friendship, math and the number pi! They’re super easy to make, and can be used by kids of all ages. This […]
Ugh. If you have a hard time getting your kids to finish their math work, I can completely sympathize. My kids are math-haters, too. Unfortunately, there’s no getting around math, there’s only getting through it, so check out these 10 tips to entice your math-haters to get it done!Click here to entice your child to […]
This free, printable Rainy Day Pack is exactly why I love preschool and younger elementary curriculum. Its pages are adorable with the cute fonts and drawings and includes over 60 activities! Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
This cheerful Number-of-the-Day Pack is not only cute, but cleanly laid out. Perfect for the young learner! There are 30 pages in all – one for every day of the month. Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Does your child need a little extra practice with fractions and decimals? This free, printable pack will reinforce these concepts and give her the opportunity to work on these skills!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Do you teach Algebra? If you’re looking for a new and engaging way to help students focus and retain what they’re learning, check out doodle notes. This free set covers Absolute Value Equations and combines text and examples with visual cues. This will help students remember what they’re learning and have better success later as […]
I can’t really explain why, but some children struggle with the concept of fractions. And when I say “some children,” I may mean my own children. Or me.Anyway, there are times that a child is trying so hard to understand math, but they still don’t “get it.” If this sounds familiar, maybe it’s time to […]
Before your kids can learn the mathematical definition and how to use the Distributive Property you need to make sure they have an everyday definition and understanding of the word distribute. This sweet lesson plan uses cupcakes to explain how the Distributive Property works. If you don’t have an actual Algebra class you are teaching you […]
There is lots of cute curriculum available for teaching younger elementary children, but did you know it’s possible to homeschool your first grader for free? There are so many resources to be found online, and this particular link will outline all that you need to know. Reading, writing, and math – at first grade, homeschooling shouldn’t […]