What are your thoughts on teaching math? For me math was fun and seemed easy to teach for the first several years. Then as my kids got older I started wondering if I was missing something. If I was teaching my kids everything they needed to know to be successful in math down the road. Do you ever feel this way? Today I am sharing my thoughts on homeschool math with Demme Learning’s Math-U-See Digital Packs. I hope this helps you with your homeschool math journey.
Homeschool Math with Demme Learning’s Math-U-See
I always loved math until I got into 11th grade and then I was just tired of the boring worksheets and huge textbooks I was given. That was me though and all children are very different. I have children that really enjoy math and others that would do anything to get out of doing it. That is why I was excited to explore Math-U-See Alpha with Little B.
We have been using this for our homeschool math and really enjoying it. I am so happy that I get to share this information with you today. Demme Learning encourages children to explore and learn with a parent. The parent’s role may be the primary teacher or as a supplemental instructor in their child’s Math education. I love having that option and I really like Demme Learning’s Math-U-See.
They offer On the Go Online Streaming Math Instruction making math possible in any situation. The Digital Pack provides twelve months of access to streaming instruction videos and Instruction Manual PDFs. It also has a lot of free online resources for each level. I immediately noticed the generate your own worksheets and huge free workbook that can be downloaded and printed out.
*The Math-U-See system has step-by-step procedures for introducing, reviewing, practicing, and mastering each concept. Each lesson uses multi-sensory tools such as videos, manipulatives, and other resources, designed for every type of learner.
This is what Demme Learning says about the way they structure the curriculum:
“The Greek names express sequence without indicating grade level. Math is sequential in nature. The purpose of grade levels is to organize large groups of students into smaller groups based on age rather than skill level. One of the distinct elements of Math-U-See is that we are based on developing sequential learning skills, according to the nature of math. Our sequence progresses according to skill level rather than grade level.”
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