Homeschool math can feel a big step for you as a parent even if you're confident you know the subject well.
You'll find lots of ideas and activities to make numbers part of real life.
If you like using free math worksheets, you'll see our guide to the top three.
I've also given our guide to the top math websites.
For us, the secret of success with homeschool math has definitely been to do lots of practical activities with the kids.
That includes trying out lots of fun number activities.
I've set my children William and Catherine the task of helping me choose their top three picks from the free math worksheets available.
We'll look at their choices after we've seen the top homeschool math website and then see the activities that make filling in the answers fun!
All kids are different when it comes to learning numbers, especially when you're trying to learn the math times tables!
I've brought together lots of different activities and ideas to help you find the method that suits you best.
You can also get a free printable so you can work out how to use your fingers to do the nine times table!
There can be few more traumatic experiences for some kids than answering worksheets on fractions; I can remember the awful feeling of sheer dread even now.
See how we've used homeschooling games, candy bars and even a child's watch to bring parts to life.
We've used a similar approach with homeschooling Geometry Activities. Free worksheets for kids that show 3-dimensional objects rely on your child having a good understanding of shapes. Why not make try making shapes with your kids?
I am on an exam forum for homeschoolers in the UK and ConquerMaths gets an overwhelming thumbs up from homeschooling parents.
I found out that there is someone on the HE exams forum who organizes a really cheap discount for members - I think it's about £30. Please contact me and I'll dig out the details for you.
If you've spent time doing lots of homeschool math activities with your kids, you can be more confident that free math worksheets will simply re-enforce the feeling that numbers are easy.
And that feeling of being definitely right is a good one!
I've picked out a few of the best choices available. Have a look yourself and see what you think:
Sometimes teaching maths at home can be hard work and you need some homeschooling encouragement.
Carina is in my Courageous Homeschooling Facebook Group where we give each other support and encouragement as we go through our homeschooling days.
You can see real-life answers and suggestions from other homeschoolers who know exactly what she's going through in this page on homeschool math help.
You can also get the chance to do fun things like make this homemade Warriors board game!
Homeschool math can be a challenge but it also offers the best way to teach your child.
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