Junior Undiscovered Mathematical Prodigies We have 20 pages left of JUMP at Home Math 5 and I wanted to share our experience with you. Both of our boys used Miquon for the first three years of math. For our youngest son, 4th grade was a combination of several math programs. Everything we tried just didn’t seem to click. And then I heard about JUMP Math.
I am so excited to share with you a curriculum that has allowed my children to move past the traditional black and white numbers and into a world where numbers create characters and characters stories. Allow me to introduce you to Addition the Fun Way! by Judy Liautaud with City Creek Press. The curriculum is a fun, picture method of learning and the addition facts, per the author.
Taken directly from their website: The Money Book for Teens is a series of 3 modules teaching teens the necessary financial skills to live and thrive in life. Using the Bible as its foundation, The Money Book for Teens is taught from the context of a language arts course. Module 1 focuses on Biblical Stewardship principles while emphasizing things like budgeting, tracking spending, net worth, and
What a treat for the eyes and a delight to the heart! I LOVE this book and any mom who is looking for ways to build on play-based learning, this book is a gem. The book, Playful Learning by Mariah Bruehl, will help you create an atmosphere of learning by building spaces and providing activities that spark creativity and fun. Looking back over my years
Clever Dragons is a really neat online learning tool geared toward BOYS ages 7 – 12 (but my son is 15 and there were still several places he found that were helpful and fun)! Boys. Dragons. Need I say more? *grin* This online program covers all the main areas of teaching: Language Arts, Math, Geography, History and Science. If your boys are anything like mine, sitting
Until the 2011 school year started both of my boys had been doing five days worth of living math lessons. I loved our time with it. This year, however, I decided to put them into Teaching Textbooks. One of the things I used during our lovely Living Math Lessons was a programme called Times Alive! I found it rather by mistake while doing my daily
For the past few years we haven’t used a math curriculum of any sort. Yes, you read that right. For several years we’d been “free flying” as I call it, learning math through games, hands on applications, & stories. We had a grand time of it, and both of my children had a firm foundation in basic mathematics. However, we made a few changes to
Congratulations to commenter #12, Dawn! Our winner was chosen using the online Random Number Generator. 🙂 Dawn, please email me at songofmyheartblog at yahoo dot com within three days for info. on how to claim your set of Arithmetic Village books. I know that and your children are going to enjoy them! Thank you to all who participated in our giveaway! written by Shannon from Song