Back to School shopping is one of my favorite things to do! With this in mind, I thought I might help you with your own list of supplies for math class. These are my absolute necessities for high school math.
Learning doesn’t have to end just because the school year is coming to an end. Families can help their children continue learning at home. The great thing about it is that it doesn’t have to be worksheets and textbooks.
There is nothing like the Merry, Berry, Month of May! I went strawberry picking at Boone Hall Plantation yesterday and the air was oh so sweet with the aroma of ripe strawberries! Follow along as I describe the real life math problems
An amazing teacher in your child’s life deserves a great big “Thank You” next week! I’ve rounded up some quick and easy ideas on Pinterest that you and your child can work on this weekend in preparation for teacher appreciation
Have you heard? March 14 is Pi day! Not sure what Pi is? Pi is a number used to represent the ratio of a circle’s circumference and diameter and is often approximated to 3.14. However, Pi is actually an irrational number
As I watched the Olympics last month, I thought about how much time and effort go into becoming an Olympic athlete. While watching background stories about Olympians, I heard over and over again about the early age they began their
First and foremost, why did it take me so long to try Pinterest? At first glance, it appears to be a collection of pictures. Wow, was I wrong. It is much more than boards filled with pinned pictures. Pinterest is
Does your child have 10-15 minutes a day? That is all you need to help secure your child’s future math success! According to Tom Loveless, “Youngsters who have not mastered whole number arithmetic by the end of 4th grade are at