Math Month Resource Roundup

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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!

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!

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!

FREE Math Month Workshops

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Are you concerned about your child falling behind in math? Have you read statistics about early math struggles and lower wages as an adult? Get the facts.

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Math is hard. Or is it just a foreign language? Are some people "math people" or is it just a matter of learning the language? Let's chat with Mr. D!

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Maybe you're not a math person. Maybe you prefer nature walks. But what if you could discover math in nature? Let's chat with Cindy West about it!

Going live Tuesday, April 16. Click the image above to register now!

You took a relaxed approach to math when they were younger. Now high school is looming. Will they be prepared? Let's ask a high school physics teacher!

Going live Tuesday, April 23. Click the image above to register now!

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!

Going live Tuesday, April 30. Click the image above to register now!

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Math Month Giveaways

This month, we'll be hosting giveaways each week during April. Here's a sneak peek at what is to come. Check back to see when each giveaway is live so you can enter! (Or join our mailing list above so we can keep you in the loop.)

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Giveaway coming Monday, April 22.

Giveaway coming Monday, April 29.

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Stay in the Loop!

Join the Homeschooling without Training Wheels mailing list so you can stay in the loop about Math Month workshops and giveaways. We'll also send you a coupon code for a FREE copy of our Easter Logic Puzzles!

Past Math Month Reviews and Giveaways

Looking for an online curriculum to teach pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus or SAT or ACT readiness in your homeschool? Check out Mr. D. math!
Wouldn't it be great if you could teach everyone math together? Is that even possible? Find out more about how we do "family math"!
Take a peek at this online math review program developed to automatically place students at the right level for their knowledge and math skill 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!
Do you need a hands-on way to introduce algebra in your homeschool? Want to engage younger learners with algebraic thinking? Check out Hands-On Equations!
So you want to introduce addition and subtraction facts to your kids and you want them to stick? Is there a better method than just "drill and kill"?
Is it possible to teach homeschool math without a textbook? Can your students really learn math by reading books, playing games, and engaging in real life activities? Come find out about living math!
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!

Math Printables and Games from the Shop

Rules are easy to learn. Fraction knowledge and understanding built into strategy and gameplay. Adaptable to a wide range of ages and math abilities!

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Join the Homeschooling without Training Wheels mailing list so you can stay in the loop about Math Month workshops and giveaways. We'll also send you a coupon code for a FREE copy of our Easter Logic Puzzles!

Help us make this year's Math Month the best ever! What's your biggest math struggle? What math resource are you searching for? What math gap do you need to fill?

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)

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  • I look forward to learning of all these different math resources! I’m especially excited about the Fractions to-go printable.

    • Thanks, Kelly! Me, too! I say the best math helps are born out of need (i.e. frustration)!

  • This is perfect timing for me! After 15 years of homeschooling I am reinventing how we do many things. I feel like I have a good handle on everything – except math. I am really looking forward to this series helping me create a vision for mathematical thinking in our homeschool. Thank you!

    • Wow! Fifteen years of homeschooling?!? Well, I’d definitely love to hear your ideas, too!

    • Thanks, friend! And I’m looking forward to your Poetry Month!

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