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Math in Summer

It's summer! For many people this means school takes a back seat, so a fun way to keep kids engaged in math whether they're homeschooled or in traditional school is to have them do math games! Math games are a fantastic tool for building speed in math calculations - in fact, thanks to RightStart Math (the curriculum we use), my 5 year old homeschooled son can answer simple math problems faster than my public schooled 7 year old! (Read more...)

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It’s Spring! Let’s go outside!

Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links. Any purchase you make using them will help support my blog - thanks! You know, it's funny. Before teaching my kids from a math curriculum, I never really considered that the months of the year, days of the week, or whether something was above, below, or between another object… Continue reading It’s Spring! Let’s go outside!

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Free Printable: RightStart Math Progress Chart

Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links! Today I decided I needed a progress chart to help motivate my son in our math lessons. (And for me it's helpful to have a visual reminder on the wall that we need to get some lessons done!). I had found a similar progress chart in the RightStart Facebook… Continue reading Free Printable: RightStart Math Progress Chart