# Homeschool math

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### Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Katie Mears saved to Teaching ideas

### There are so many ways to explore homeschool math without a curriculum, it just takes some ideas and a bit of thought. Here are 10 simple tips to get you started exploring math a bit deeper in your

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Ticia saved to hands on math

### Interested in what unschooling math can look like? I share how our family does math and the resources we enjoyed along the way.

Krista Johnson saved to Homeschool

### Enjoy this free library of topic-specific math videos for kids in grades 1-12, Algebra, and Geometry. Free practice worksheets and tutorials included!

Cathy Daniel Realtor saved to Homework Helpers

### Yes! FREE homeschool math curriculum for K-8th grade does exist and it's wonderfully Charlotte Mason. Click, print, and done! Watch the video

Raquel Joya saved to Home Learning

### Rewild your kids home school curriculum or even school breaks with this engaging, easy to use outdoor math curriculum guide for grades Kindergarten through Fourth-Grade. The Wild Math guides cover all of the typical math skills taught for that particular grade level, and for each skill, there are many outdoor games and hands-on learning materials.

### THE OLD WAY TO MEMORIZE MULTIPLICATION FACTS When you think about memorizing multiplication facts, you probably envision painfully boring flashcards being practiced over and over and over again. As adults, most of us remember memorizing the multiplication facts this way. Card after card with an endless sea of numbers until

Kathryn Spencer saved to classroom