(Even if You Suck at Math!)
You've tried all the math learning things,
You're totally new at this homeschool thing and suck at teaching math!
You think that a math challenge wouldn't work for you because you believe that your homeschool is "different"...
Most homeschoolers are frankly AFRAID to deschool math. They fear that their child will miss something, have gaps and ultimately be unprepared for college, their career, and life. We'll debunk, dispel and help you alleviate the "learning gaps" myth while helping you breathe a sigh of relief whether you're deschooling for the first time, or seeking to deschool math.
Stop unwanted math curriculum
Focus on the child's interests
Textbooks aren't the only place or even the best way to learn math. In fact, the universe is written in the language of maths. Learning to see math everywhere around you is the BEST way to start learning maths all over again and to actually FALL IN LOVE with math.
Looking for Math in Your Backyard
Seeing Math in Your Everyday Activities
Looking for Math in Your Child's Interests
Creating math centers can be as easy as scrounging up a few baskets or boxes and putting some fun puzzles, games and math storybooks in them. On this day we'll show you how to create simple and beautiful learning areas for your kiddos to fall in love with math.
Asking the Kiddos for Input
Indoor Math Centers
Outdoor Math Centers
Play is the language of childhood learning. Most adults have forgotten this. Math play is the BEST way most children learn math.
Gameschooling Math
Making up Math Games
Creating Math Games Together
Now that you're off and running with your new homeschool math learning format, it's time to model the usage of the math centers.
Model Math Learning Center Usage
Look Out For Math Facts That Pop Up Naturally
Gloria Brooks, or NatureGlo, is a maverick K - 12 educator who left the traditional education scene to serve the homeschool community back in 2010.
She has written and taught dozens of online homeschool math and science unit study courses to hundreds of K - 12 homeschool students with high reviews and testimonials praising her work.
Since 2003, she has written, developed and taught her unique math learning framework, helping thousands of homeschool parents and teachers worldwide deschool math in favor of creating real life experiences learning math through unit studies fueled by learner interests with mathematics history, art, science, nature, and more!
NatureGlo's Math Learning Framework!
"Math has always been a cold, empty, meaningless subject to me. Now, (after taking MathArt), I realize that math is in fact, a helpful tool."
“I have honestly never thought about how much detail there is in things in nature around me. I knew I always loved nature and looking at it but now I will stop and appreciate each detail a little more!”
"We fell in love! I especially loved that the courses all have sections that apply art projects with what has been learned. My daughter is hugely hands-on and loves art projects, so these were the best."
"My daughter loved the fun activities that reinforced the lessons. She was mesmerized with the concepts that were used in these cultures and couldn't wait to sit down and learn how they used math in everyday situations."
If you skip over this challenge, what are your choices?
Continue to struggle on with the same old math issues?
Buy another math curriculum or program that fails you and your kiddos?
OR, take ownership of your math woes and turn them into math joys in a community of like-minded homeschool moms!
See What This Homeschooler Made?
He made delicious tessellation cookies. He, his brother and mom used math to measure out the ingredients and to design these yummy beautiful mathematical cookies, an experience they'll never forget. Compare that with learning about tessellations in a dry textbook. Not quite so memorable.
From the 5-day Math Learning Secrets Challenge!
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