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)”
Today’s review features a detailed look at Basic Math Skills Rescue Parts 1 and 2 by Math Essentials.
Math Essentials has designed a creative, safe self-competition-styled way to practice math facts with the Speed Wheel Drills book series.
Looking for fun ways for your child to practice math or spelling? Math Shed and Spelling Shed offer creative ways to learn and review concepts.
Page a Day Math is a comprehensive, home use math series. Learn how we used the Multiplication Starter Kit with our 1st grader.
The cool kids have been enjoying Brain Blox Wooden Building Planks. Learn how we used these blocks to create multidimensional masterpieces, practice math, and solve STEM and spatial puzzles.
For two years The Critical Thinking Co. products have been a staple in our homeschool. Learn the details of how weekly practice with their vocabulary books allows for critical thinking, deductive reasoning, and observation skills to develop at an age-appropriate pace.
Some adults are intimidated by teaching or assisting their children with math. Well, Math Essentials has created the perfect solution via Math Refresher for Adults. This workbook provides review materials, example problems, and an online lesson library to enhance your skills. Math Refresher for Adults is a power-packed workbook that features tips, technique, and remindersContinue reading “Review: Math Refresher For Adults”
This here I am so excited because we will be taking a homeschool trip around the world. Last year we enjoyed Adventures in US History, so this school year we are continuing our travels via My Father’s World (MFW) Exploring Countries and Cultures (ECC). Of course, as the year progresses I will share myContinue reading “Third Grade and Our Trip Around The World”