The face behind MathFour.com

MathFour.com is a free website with  regularly updated and dynamic content for creatively teaching math – in both classrooms and  homeschools! We’re based out of Houston, Texas, but write for a global math audience.

About Bon Crowder

I am a devoted math mom, education fanatic and creator of MathFour.com (including all those YouTube videos embedded in the site).

I’ve taught and tutored math to over 15,000 adults in living rooms, classrooms and conferences. And I’m still in the arena – currently I speak at 3 conferences a year and teach at 3 community colleges.

I’ve been quoted in the Wall Street journal, appeared on eHow.com, Great Day Houston, CreateChatter.tv, and am an expert on NBC’s Education Nation Parent Toolkit.

I write iPhone apps for oilfield math and am the co-developer of That’s Math! – an online learning tool for parents. And I’m writing the Mom & Me Math series and Guided Creativity for the Busy Thinker.

I love to work with teachers, parents and brands – learn how to hire me for any of your math teaching or learning needs here.

In the meantime, connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus or Pinterest or send me an email at bon at mathfour.com!

About William Devine, Research Guy & Concept Tutor

Wil (one L) is a former Navy “Nuke” – so he’s pretty thick into math. His chosen field, though, is clinical psychology. He’s a licensed professional counselor with Collaborate in Therapy, a Houston based service specializing in counseling that meets the needs of the person – where ever in life they are.

He is also a highly skilled concept tutor – helping children find their way to empowered learning.

Find a list of Wil’s posts here.

About Kate Crowder, Cute Toddler & Math Champion

Kate, aka “K8,” aka “Daughter,” is the only child of Bon Crowder – so far. She’s knee deep in math goodies in her house and loves to share the nuttiness that is her world.

Find a list of K8’s posts here.

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If you have a suggestion, want me to explain a topic, or just want to visit about math or kids – I’d love to hear from you. Comment on the articles and videos or send me an email. My email address is Bon (that’s my name) at MathFour.com.

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