Tag Archives: homeschooling

“Help, my daughter hates math!”

Back in August, an email with the subject “Help, my daughter hates math!” showed up in the Math for Love inbox. To quote that email: Here’s our situation:  We are entering our fourth year of home schooling and my 10 … Continue reading

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What do you want in a curriculum?

As you may have noticed, I just added an email subscription box and rss feed subscription button in the column to the right. You can now enjoy the blog from the comfort of your own email account or reader! On … Continue reading

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“Is my child learning enough math?”

It’s a question that bothers many parents, especially homeschooling parents. After all, being responsible for a child’s math education is a heavy load to carry. There are two major things that can go wrong in math education: Students can be … Continue reading

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