Homeschool Math Curriculums

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Top 5 Elementary Math Curriculums

  • Math-U-See
  • Math for a Living Education
  • Teaching Textbooks
  • Saxon Math
  • Horizons Math

These are the top 5 ranked Elementary Home School Math Curriculums for 2018-2019, voted on by people just like you:

Top 5 Middle School Math Curriculums

  • Teaching Textbooks
  • Saxon Math
  • Math-U-See
  • Life of Fred
  • Principles of Mathematics

Teaching math can be tricky especially when you start getting into fractions, decimals, solving equations and inequalities.

Find a trusted homeschool math curriculum to guide you through the process from one of these top-ranking curriculums.

Top 5 High School Math Curriculums

Teaching Highschool Math can be daunting but we have the perfect tools for high school math. We’ve broken out into three categories:

Algebra

  • Teaching Textbooks
  • Math-U-See
  • Life of Fred
  • Saxon
  • Jacob's Math

Geometry

  • Teaching Textbooks
  • Math-U-See
  • Saxon Math
  • Life of Fred
  • Tie: Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding & Jacob's Geometry

Trig/PreCalc/Calc

  • Teaching Textbooks
  • Math-U-See
  • Saxon Math
  • Life of Fred
  • Abeka

Math-U-See is a comprehensive math program for K-12 and is ideal for small group and home school environments.

Math-U-See uses a four-step approach to introduce, review, practice, and master each concept making each lesson easy to navigate and conquer.

This provider also offers a variety of multi-media tools to engage every type of learning style.

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Homeschool Math Resources

A Look At Algebra

By Thomas Clark Author of “Algebra: A Complete Course” and “Geometry: A Complete Course” President of VideoText Interactive The word “legacy” comes from the Latin

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Explore the Possibilities of Online Learning with Monarch

With Monarch online curriculum from Alpha Omega Publications, you get the most complete curriculum for your child’s Christian education. Monarch gives you unprecedented access to 50 courses for grades 3-12 in the five subjects of Bible, history and geography, language arts, math, and science. Monarch is also subscription based, making it affordable for every homeschool family. Discover how Monarch’s media-rich lessons and automatic grading can change the way you homeschool.

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Brain Stimulation for Effective Learning

Auditory, Visual, or Kinesthetic Learning? Visualization or Conceptualization? Is math taking hours? Is reading just not clicking? Is spelling a nightmar e? Is penmanship painstakingly slow? Children learn when their brains are properly stimulated. Come see how to teach each child in their separate learning

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Homeschooling Math Without a Plan? You’ve Got to be Kidding!

This workshop is designed to help parent-educators understand the scope, the sequence, and the logic of mathematics instruction from pre-school through adult. Join Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of “Algebra: A Complete Course”, and “Geometry: A Complete Course”, as he takes you on a sometimes humorous journey, describing all levels of arithmetic and all mathematics courses encountered in high school and college. In addition, considerable attention will be given to identifying the “why” of the study of mathematics with an emphasis on the development of concepts, instead of rote memorization.

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Top Ten Myths About Homeschooling Math

How can we know if the mathematical methods we are using will achieve the desired results in our students? In this workshop, Tom Clark will expose ten common myths about teaching math, and then counter those myths with solid, practical help for parents. You will also leave with a checklist of items which can be used to determine the best math course for your students.

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Explore the Possibilities of Online Learning with Monarch

With Monarch online curriculum from Alpha Omega Publications, you get the most complete curriculum for your child’s Christian education. Monarch gives you unprecedented access to 50 courses for grades 3-12 in the five subjects of Bible, history and geography, language arts, math, and science. Monarch is also subscription based, making it affordable for every homeschool family. Discover how Monarch’s media-rich lessons and automatic grading can change the way you homeschool.

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Divinely Inspired Mathematics

Really? Is it possible that Mathematics is actually divinely inspired? We are told that He created everything, and that He was “well-pleased” with His creation. But inspired? Join Tom Clark, Founder and Author of VideoText Interactive Mathematics, as he leads us in an exploration, to find out if Mathematics is just neutral, or if it points directly to God. Find out what the Bible says about Mathematics, where it came from, and why it works. Be encourage to look beyond the numbers to see the benefits of studying Mathematics.

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How to Turn Your Kitchen Into a Classroom

The kitchen classroom is the tastiest place to learn! This fun workshop will inspire homeschoolers to find easy and delicious ways to incorporate math, science, nutrition, culture, geography, and more into their homeschool lessons. Using tools and resources you already have, we’ll provide tips and teaching methods to make learning delicious for homeschoolers of all ages. Also addressed are common hesitations in the kitchen classroom: pickiness, mess, safety, and time.

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Bible Knows Best – Hidden Gems of Astoundingly Good Science and Sound Advice in the Scriptures

David Rives takes attendees on an awe-inspiring journey. Discover nuggets of scientific truth that are easily found when we look closely at the words of Scripture. Did you know that the very origin of time, space, and matter can be found in the very first verse of the Bible? David Rives expertly shows that the Bible is an accurate record of history from beginning to end, and accurate when revealing scientific principles. What is DNA and what does it tell us about a designer God? What do the earth, giant turtles, and a massive pool of water have in common? Who charted the paths of the sea, paths that are still used daily by ships all around the world? Learn of the arctic tern and the tiniest warm-blooded creature on earth: the hummingbird. Employing an easy to use technique, David gives audiences just a hint at the unfathomable grandeur of our Creator’s universe, and His awesome creative power.

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Building a Solid Math Foundation

Who is going to build a house by starting with the walls? Without a solid foundation, those walls may hold up for a bit but eventually will come crashing down. Math is a lot like building a house. We need to start with a strong foundation and build up from there. It doesn’t have to be hard! Come and see how easy it is to teach math.

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Teaching Mathematics as a Language “ What Gets Lost in the Translation?

Did you know that Mathematics has parts of speech and sentence structure, just as does any spoken language? Did you know that understanding the grammar of Mathematics greatly helps student understanding of problem-solving and applications? In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of Algebra: A Complete Course, and Geometry: A Complete Course, clearly and humorously demonstrates this quality of mathematical language. At last, you will truly understand the roles of all types of mathematical symbols, and you will see how easy it is to translate between Mathematics and English, enabling you to improve your understanding, and teaching, of story problems, at all levels.

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Top Ten Myths About Homeschooling Math

How can we know if the mathematical methods we are using will achieve the desired results in our students? In this workshop, Tom Clark will expose ten common myths about teaching math, and then counter those myths with solid, practical help for parents. You will also leave with a checklist of items which can be used to determine the best math course for your students.

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Teaching Mathematics with Art (or is it Teaching Art with Mathematics?)

Can your child’s future really be boiled down to something as simplistic as whether they are right-brained, or left-brained? Surely, as homeschooling parents, we want our children to believe that they are capable of using “both sides” of their brains. In this educational and entertaining workshop, we will explore the natural and logical connections between Mathematics and Art. We will investigate mathematical principles, and see how they are related to, and illustrated by, artistic applications. Likewise, we will explore several artistic concepts, and see how they are based on mathematical ideas. Of course, throughout, the importance of language and communication will be stressed, as it must play a key role in the understanding of both areas.

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