Hands-On Math with Everyday Objects

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You're all about hands-on math learning. Which math manipulatives are most important? How can you teach math in real life? Let's chat!

So you like the idea of hands-on math learning. In theory. But you don't actually know how to make that happen. What manipulatives do you need to have on hand? How do you use the materials you've got to explain the math concepts you want to share?

Join me as I show you how to use simple things you probably already have on hand to teach math concepts and processes that can be hard for kids - and sometimes moms - to understand. We'll tackle the biggest offenders, like long-division and adding fractions!

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Here's the play money set we use.

Grab a few sets of measuring tape.

You're all about hands-on math learning. Which math manipulatives are most important? How can you teach math in real life? Let's chat!

Lynna Sutherland

Lynna believes that the gospel moves the homeschool mom from performance to possibility. She offers support for moms overwhelmed by homeschooling multiple ages and distracted by constant sibling conflict. Ditch what slows you down and look to Jesus. (Hebrews 12:1-2)