Behind the Scenes Disclosure: What You Need to Know

First let’s quickly get the legal mess out of the way. The FTC has declared that all websites in the US that earn income disclose that information.

We earn money from through what’s called affiliate sales. Certain sites, such as, pay referral fee’s on sales that were referred from another site. Meaning, if you read about a product here on MathFour, click on the Amazon link, and then buy the book or item, I’ll earn a small referral fee. Same goes for Discovery Toys – I earn a commission.

What this does not mean

Please don’t think that we are writing about and recommending products simply to make money from the sales. We certainly are not.

I can assure you that everything we write about will have been researched. If we recommend it as a good math teaching product or book it’s because we think it would be useful for you in your homeschool teaching.

The math homeschooling community is full of intelligent people who walk the walk. If we went around recommending useless or crappy products we would quickly have no reputation as a math teaching website.

What this means for you: 2 Things

1. The flip side of our quality guarantee. If we recommend a tool or curriculum that is sub-par we expect you to call us on it. Period. You can leave a comment on the article or Email Us.

2. As we continue to build our site and learn about homeschooling math, you’ll know that you can come to and find good information on quality products that are supported by the homeschool community.

Thanks for your support and as always, Stay Curious!

Bon @MathFour

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