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Math always seems to be the subject that strikes fear into the hearts of homeschooling parents. So many people had lackluster math educations, and it’s very daunting to try to teach a subject that you never felt confident in yourself.
What manipulatives should I use to present this topic? And what is a manipulative anyway?
Math Makes Sense 8 Answers
How do I teach mental math when I’m shaky at it myself?
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Math Makes Sense 8 - Welcome Math Makes Sense 8 Textbook - Unit 3.pdf View Download 7008k: v. Polyvision fuse software. 1: Sep 18, 2014, 8:00 AM: A Lalonde: Ċ: Math Makes Sense 8 Textbook - Unit 4.pdf View Download 8603k: v. 1: Sep 18, 2014, 8:00 AM: A Lalonde: Ċ: Math Makes Sense 8 Textbook - Unit 5.pdf View Download 10983k: v. 1: Jan 8, 2015, 10:50 AM: A Lalonde. Math Makes Sense is published by Pearson and the foundation of what the elementary and secondary (grade 1-8) school curriculum is taught by teachers. These books are in good condition with tons of pages left blank (my sibling and i did not like math). Whatever was written in the book was done by pencil and can be easily erased.
What do I do when my child doesn’t get the concept the first time (or the second, or the third)?
I firmly believe that all homeschool parents are capable of teaching elementary math well. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that it comes easily. To teach well, you need two things: 1) a good knowledge of the subject yourself and 2) an understanding of how to put that knowledge into practice.
I love to help parents understand math and math teaching better with my books, blog posts, and my facebook page. But, there’s nothing like an in-depth video class to make ideas really come alive.
That’s why I’m so excited to be able to offer to you my in-depth course: Math That Makes Sense: How to Teach Elementary Arithmetic.
The course includes access to eight 90-minute videos that will give you a through grounding in all the basics of elementary math.
- Different ways of understanding and teaching the meaning of each of the operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
- How to teach basic math facts
- How to teach children to compute accurately and efficiently, both mentally and on paper
- Children’s common errors and how to correct them
- How to use manipulatives effectively
- How to balance conceptual understanding and rote practice
- How to teach children to solve word problems
(You’ll especially love this course if you’re using Singapore Math, since the lectures follow a textbook that uses Singapore Math as tool for understanding how to teach math sequentially, logically, and thoroughly. But, even if you don’t use Singapore Math,you’ll learn teaching skills that will make you a stronger math teacher with any curriculum.)
Update 12/8/20: This course is temporarily unavailable. I’ll update the link once it’s back online. -Kate