This blog is written to support parents who homeschool their children in mathematics, but it includes many ideas applicable to the elementary classroom. The author has tutored or taught primary- and secondary-level math and physics. The posts date from April, 2006 to the present. The posts cover a variety of practical and motivational activities and include links to other math sites and book notices.
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