Introducing Teaching Textbooks 3.0

Are you looking for an independent math program your student can do online? Do you need something that will work on a Chromebook, for a struggling reader or one who is dyslexic? Check out the Teaching Textbooks 3.0 curriculum!

If you homeschool children of multiple ages, the two best strategies you can employ are family schooling (teaching everyone all together) or independent learning opportunities. And we have found digital curriculum to be one of the easiest ways to create truly independent learning opportunities. My oldest son excels in math, but is moderately dyslexic. It was […]

Is “Doing Math” in Your Homeschool Really Enough?

In most homeschool families, doing math is pretty high on the priority list. We all want to make sure our kids know basic math facts and can complete math problems accurately. But is that really enough?Knowledge without UnderstandingImagine that you are learning most any other subject under the sun. Let’s say, for example, you are […]

Math Month Resource Roundup

Are you looking for the best homeschool math curriculum, online options, or resources reviews? Come celebrate math month with us and enjoy giveaways, printables, coupon codes, and more!

Pin0 Share0 Tweet0 Did you know that April is National Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month? Around here, we’ve made somewhat of an annual tradition of celebrating Math Month with homeschool math curriculum reviews, info about online classes, free printables, best practice tips, math resources and ideas, coupon codes, and giveaways! Pin0 Share0 Tweet0 FREE Math […]

Why Online Learning Makes Sense for Math

Even though we explore math as a family, we still need a way for everyone to practice on their own level. CTC is a great option for online math learning!

If you’ve been around a while, you know that we love doing math family-style.  But, while we’re able to do a lot through hands-on exploration and discussion, there is a limit. For math practice, we really need a way to be able to differentiate. Each student needs work geared specifically towards his or her own […]

Digital Schooling: Online Options for the Homeschool

This month, we're talking all about online homeschool options - courses, resources, healthy tech use and ways to monitor and keep online time safe!

Recently, I’ve received a lot of questions from readers related to technology in the homeschool. What apps do your kids use on their Kindle tablets? How do you keep your kids safe online? How did you set up your kids’ tablets with Parental Controls? How did you decide which tablets and Chromebooks to buy? How […]

Meet Carlita Boyles, Creator of Math on the Level

Math on the Level totally changed the way we think about math instruction. I had the privilege of interviewing Carlita Boyles, creator of the program!

Both as a part of Math Month and as an HEAV blogger, I was delighted to have an opportunity to interview Carlita Boyles, fellow Virginia Homeschool mom (about to graduate her youngest!) and creator of Math on the Level – the curriculum that has had the biggest impact on how we think about math instruction […]