Hey y’all! I’m back with a homeschool haul featuring high school and elementary items. Check out what I purchased from Christianbook.com, Wal-Mart, Amazon, and more! Catch up on the previous Homeschool Tip posts via this playlist: COMMENT BELOW: What homeschool item are you excited to use this year? For more weight loss updates and familyContinue reading “Homeschool Haul: Geometry, Grammar, School Supplies & More”

# Tag Archives: geometry

## Elementary Math Resources! Pre-K to 3rd

Math is a fundamental course that helps set the foundation for many careers and other subjects including science. Each of my Cool Kids has used different Math courses to meet the needs of their unique learning styles. We’ve also used quite a few resources over the years, and today, I’ll be sharing those with you.Continue reading “Elementary Math Resources! Pre-K to 3rd”

## Interactive K-5 Math Skills Website (I Know It)

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at the interactive math practice program called I Know It. This program is available online via a subscription and does offer a free trial. I Know It is a comprehensive and interactive math website with over 600 mathContinue reading “Interactive K-5 Math Skills Website (I Know It)”

## Algebra Prep Workbooks by Math Essentials

Today’s review features a detailed look at Basic Math Skills Rescue Parts 1 and 2 by Math Essentials.

## Learn & Recall with Math Essentials Speed Wheel Drills

Math Essentials has designed a creative, safe self-competition-styled way to practice math facts with the Speed Wheel Drills book series.

## Two Sides to the CTCMath Story

Today’s review features two perspectives of the Single Membership we received via CTCMath. This curriculum couldn’t have come at a better time for our household because we had completed our old program and were looking for something new. I wanted to be sure the new math included testing with the option for our children to move up orContinue reading “Two Sides to the CTCMath Story”