Homeschool Math Curriculums

Your guide to the best homeschool math curriculums and learning ideas.

Top 5 Homeschool Math Curriculums - Voted by YOU!

Searching for the best Homeschool Math Curriculums for K-12 can be overwhelming.

To make your search easier, we asked homeschool moms and dads, parents and families just like yours to vote on the top five Homeschool Math Curriculums for elementary, middle, and high school.

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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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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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Teach Math to a Child with Learning Challenges

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Mix in a child with learning challenges and you may end up becoming very discouraged, and possibly, ready to throw in the towel. Be encouraged, you are NOT alone. Whether your child has been diagnosed with a learning challenge or simply doesn’t “get”? math, come to this workshop to learn some teaching strategies and techniques. Help your child overcome those learning challenges and succeed in math.

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Finding Fun and Unique Ways to Teach Your Children

When we think of educating our children, we often think of our children sitting at desks or the kitchen table using textbooks and workbooks. While this kind of teaching/learning is enjoyable to some students, most students (and parents!) enjoy breaking out of the more traditional classroom setting in exchange for ideas and activities that are more fun! It is possible to incorporate alternative kinds of teaching and learning into your homeschool, and it doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive! There are ways to use hands-on activities, dance, poetry, drama, experiments, fun literature-related activities, music, travel, and more to spice up your homeschool! If you’re in a homeschool rut or if you’re just not sure how to add a little fun and adventure to your homeschool, we would love to share some ideas and information with you! Your children will thank you (Ok…it may be years from now! But they will!) and your family may discover a new love for learning this school year!

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Diving Into the Publishing World Without Drowning

Author Carol Kinsey will explore the journeys to publication she and The Writing Family have gone through as they’ve moved into the publishing world. This workshop will explore practical ways for you or your child to edit, get published, land an agent, find a publisher, pursue independent publishing, and advertise yourself.

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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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Teach Math to a Child with Learning Challenges

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Mix in a child with learning challenges and you may end up becoming very discouraged, and possibly, ready to throw in the towel. Be encouraged, you are NOT alone. Whether your child has been diagnosed with a learning challenge or simply doesn’t “get”? math, come to this workshop to learn some teaching strategies and techniques. Help your child overcome those learning challenges and succeed in math.

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Teach Math to a Child with Learning Challenges

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Mix in a child with learning challenges and you may end up becoming very discouraged, and possibly, ready to throw in the towel. Be encouraged, you are NOT alone. Whether your child has been diagnosed with a learning challenge or simply doesn’t “get”? math, come to this workshop to learn some teaching strategies and techniques. Help your child overcome those learning challenges and succeed in math.

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From Gamers to Programmers: Leading our Digital Youth to Successful Careers

So.. you’ve got a gamer? Don’t worry! Come hear the facts, and dispel some myths, about our children and the digital culture they live in. We help parents understand how they can embrace technology and use it to lead our children into awesome careers. Learn about the similarities between our kids today and our childhoods 20-40 years ago. Yes, they are actually pretty similar. In addition, learn about the many areas of interest our kids have, just like when we were growing up, that we need to nurture. The only difference is…. they do it digitally. So come explore the world our children are growing up in and learn how to use it as an awesome tool for guiding them to successful, happy careers/lives.

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Let’s Play Math Games

Are you tired of flashcards? Does your child cry when you give another timed math fact test? Are you
beating your head against the wall because your child can’t seem to remember the multiples of 7? This workshop will show you fabulous and effective alternatives to worksheets and flashcards by playing easy and fun math card games. Imagine your kids asking to practice their math facts more! Come and discover games to help your child learn their math facts.

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Simplifying Algebra for the Hesitant Learner (When are we going to need this stuff anyway?)

Algebra is the study of relations (equations and inequalities). It is therefore essential that students completely and conceptually understand the basic concepts necessary to solve them. In this workshop, Tom Clark, founder of VideoText Interactive, and author of “Algebra: A Complete Course”, and “Geometry: A Complete Course”, will help you to develop an inquiry approach which is applicable to all basic relations. You will discover the analytical questions students need to ask, in order to “undo” all of the complications they may encounter, when solving equations and inequalities.

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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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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: The Role of Maturity in Math

Although we know each child is created by God to be unique, it can be challenging when a child doesn’t learn at the “typical”? pace. We may try to fit children into scholastic molds they simply are not ready to fill. Just as children learn to walk and talk at different ages, so also children mature to the point of understanding key mathematical concepts at different ages. Author and educator Carlita Boyles provides insights into what to do when your child is not performing at expected grade level in math or quickly forgets math concepts you have taught. Moreover, her refreshing approach to math instruction will help you teach more effectively, resulting in less frustration for you and your children. Carlita’s ideas and friendly encouragement have helped parents throughout the country find more joy in helping each child learn with greater success and less stress. Join her in this workshop which is filled with practical tips and Scriptural support to help you teach math with confidence.

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Lets Play Math Games

Speaker: Ann Meola Teaches how to learn math with fun and engaging games! Listen Now Favorite To access this content, you must purchase TTD365 Membership

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Choosing Curriculum for Your Family

Choosing homeschool curriculum for your family can be overwhelming. In this session, you’ll receive tips for choosing programs that work for your family, ways to save money (and time), and what to do when a program isn’t working out.

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Learning Is Not Fun – and That’s Okay

Emphasis on “fun”? sets you up for failure and creates unrealistic expectations, unfair to the student. There is no way to entertain and learn at the same time. You cannot compete with all of the many kinds of fun that are available today. You can do what entertainment cannot do, which is to give the student the satisfaction of learning and accomplishment.

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Finishing with Confidence – A Plan for Homeschooling 7-12th Grades

Would you like support teaching higher level math, science, history, literature and language classes? Do you need assistance with transcripts, diplomas, and college advising? Are you interested in help from instructors who love the Lord, love to teach, and are from homeschooling backgrounds themselves? Find out why more and more homeschooling families are turning to Logos Online School, an affordable, accredited, online classical Christian school, as their children get older.

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STEM Education for Homeschoolers

In today’s technology culture, the enemy’s lure of our young people’s minds to escape into an artificial world is great. Find practical tools you can implement to help keep your children from getting caught in the snare of escapism.

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Escaping Common Core

We will explain the origins of Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and the history of progressive education, contrasted with biblical Christian education. We will expose the agenda of the Socialist worldview and why Christians cannot participate in it. Find out how Exodus Mandate is battling this dangerous curriculum! Christian children need Christian education.

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The Truth About Math Studies

Leigh Bortins, math curriculum developer, will provide insight to the truth of math, both it’s study and what it teaches, as well as ways to engage reluctant learners in a practical manner.

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6 Tools for Lifelong Learners

With the right tools, your student will be equipped and eager to continue learning for his entire life. Give your child practice with six practical tools now, and you will be amazed at how well he transitions into being a self-learner. Come learn what the six tools are and how to use them in your home school. Plus, discover the secret that makes those tools extra powerful in creating lifelong learners.

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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.

Read More »

Let’s Play Math Games

Are you tired of flashcards? Does your child cry when you give another timed math fact test? Are you
beating your head against the wall because your child can’t seem to remember the multiples of 7? This workshop will show you fabulous and effective alternatives to worksheets and flashcards by playing easy and fun math card games. Imagine your kids asking to practice their math facts more! Come and discover games to help your child learn their math facts.

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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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