Try your own hand at math journaling – your kids are asked to do it at school so why not play too? Here’re 11 prompts to get you started. Continue Reading →

Try your own hand at math journaling – your kids are asked to do it at school so why not play too? Here’re 11 prompts to get you started. Continue Reading →

MathFour is under construction – I’m working on getting it more focused on parents, and keeping calm during homework time. Continue Reading →

There’s only a handful of actors in “math world.” Depending on the show, they play different parts: inverses, identities, etc. Continue Reading →

Erasing your mistakes in math causes you to miss out on great learning. Continue Reading →

Don’t assume there’s one right answer in math. Problems may have one, none or many answers! Continue Reading →

Every math concept has a similar version. Find the one that works for you! Continue Reading →

Sometimes you have to throw away the book and ignore the teacher and just do math your own way! Continue Reading →

Many math problems boil down to being a choice between two things. Why not try them both out? Continue Reading →

Sharing your learning is scary and delicate. Make sure you get the teacher and tutor that fits you. Not just the convenient ones. Continue Reading →

For some, getting stuck on a math problem is really anxiety provoking. Kinda like trying to buy a dress for me. Continue Reading →