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Lately the recurring theme is, "if it's too good to be true..." But it's not too good to be true. Soon prices will be rising substantially. If you've been putting things off and have been procrastinating, your penalty is about to be very, very stiff. Low-priced Lifetime passes are coming to an end.
Building pirate ships or spaceships works wonders when it comes to learning math... They can count as they build, and they see the relationships between the numbers. five is the same as a three and two or four and one for example...
The emphasis is on play and having fun with little kids. You do the work not the children. The work is going to my website, watching videos, and learning how to present information in a fun easy nonthreatening way. Building towers playing games and having fun teaches math in a much more effective way than textbooks, worksheets, flashcards, and drill.
I'm now getting second-generation testimonials from tutors that I've trained. I can do the same for you, whether you want to be a tutor, whether you're already a teacher, or whether you just want to improve your homeschool math curriculum and make math fun for your kids.
Multiplication is one of the primary milestones, and allows the child to come very quickly. Being able to do multiplication quickly and easily "in their heads" is one of your primary objectives.
Math should be child's play. Hopefully pictures give you a few ideas about how to play math in your homeschool. What I have found is that many parents forgotten how to play with their own children. The blocks look like toys and they should be incorporated along with other toys in the play. I have copious amounts of videos on my website that show you how to do this.
Building stuff is fun. It teaches math. Fine motor skills and more. Knocking stuff down is a great part of the fun. And of course you can build it again... And again. Much more effective than worksheets.
Learning this way, Will give them a real Headstart in mathematics. I'm always amazed when I wanted children that don't know there's basic addends, that is two single-digit numbers added together. I asked the second-grader what does five need to be 10... And they have to think about it, often seems silly things like six, to which I to respond, "look at your hands."
As far as I'm concerned there's nothing better than having siblings teach each other mathematics. If you put your children in a math rich environment this is a natural occurrence.
Module two is all about training. You get many hours of training, from generalized training on Montessori method, to specific training on how to teach fractions, algebra etc. Basically I show you how to use your base 10 blocks to best effect. If you can't make it to live training training there are many hours of training available as part of your LT password. Many more hours of training have been added to my website since she wrote this:
These materials are carefully crafted to make teaching math fun and easy. They put your children in a situation where they cannot fail.
This boy was accused of cheating, because previous to getting hundreds he was getting 30s and 40s, "50% on a good day." Some of the lessons that I taught him are recorded on my website on the pages regarding trigonometry.
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