Best Card Trick Ever, or Algebra Without Tears

From the blog:

Poached in Salsa

Appreciating the usual, embracing the new

by Louisa, a link to her December 4, 2013 blogpost.

I am not, and have never been, pop culture’s idea of the homeschool mom: sit the kids at the table to work through lessons, have them do chores to keep the house [...]

Math Apps for Homeschooling

Submitted by Stephanie Elms, Annandale VA

DragonBox Algebra

When it comes to math apps and video games, more often than not, they are not much more than glorified worksheets dressed up to make math drill “more fun” (yes, I am looking at you TimezAttack). While those apps have their place, you will notice very [...]

Kids’ Tech University

Dr. Reinhard Laubenbacher (Dr. L)

“Both my daughter and my son have participated in Kids’ Tech, and our family had a great experience. It was a boost to my kids’ ability to see themselves as scholars and scientists, to be treated like college students. They loved the campus experience as well, and now the [...]

Kids’ Tech!

 

A Wonderful College Experience for Kids: Kids’ Tech University at Virginia Tech

Submitted by Amy Wilson

Hey, folks, it’s time to sign up for Kids’ Tech University (KTU) if you’re interested. This is an amazing opportunity offered by Virginia Tech to kids ages 9 to 12 years old. [...]

A Bit of Math Refreshment

This morning I was perusing the blogosphere looking for some new and exciting math sites. This is what I found:

The Map is Not the Territory – Our good friend, Jeanne Faulkner, sent me to this site and I found lots of entertaining, fun posts about helping your little ones use math [...]