The Math around You

The Math around You

Fall 2020/ Alexa Carter Despite popular opinion, math is not a creation of evil masterminds plotting the demise of students and mothers everywhere. I often get the feeling from comments I hear and read that many people think that math isn’t a natural part of our...
Math Spotlight

Math Spotlight

Fall 2019 / Math Spotlight with Homeschool Mom Lisha Thigpen NCHE: Lisha, thank you for sharing wisdom with our members.  You have a background in math. Tell us a little bit more about yourself. I have been married to my husband for twenty-two years.  Our kids are...
Being Flexible in Teaching Math

Being Flexible in Teaching Math

14 Dec 2016 Flexibility is one of the greatest advantages of homeschooling. You can move as quickly or as slowly as necessary for each child to learn the subject. You do not need to stick to someone else’s scope and sequence; you can create our own based on your...
Math and the Young Child

Math and the Young Child

16 Dec 2015 Because I love math (and majored in it), it was my favorite subject to teach. Now that all my kids are grown and my homeschooling days have passed, I really miss teaching math, especially algebra. One of the reasons that I chose to homeschool was that it...