A STEM Activity that your kids can be a part of is to have them to enter a science fair. Having your child enter a science fair can lead to so many teachable moments. You can introduce [...]

If you want to train your child to be a problem solver, give him problems to solve. A good STEM activity to do with your child is to find a problem and challenge your child to build something to [...]

One of the things I enjoy the most about homeschooling is the flexibility that comes along with homeschooling. We can homeschool anytime of the day and anywhere. There have been plenty of times [...]

Is it NOT easy for most kids to learn all of their multiplication facts such that they can say the answer almost immediately. To be able to say your multiplication facts as fast as you say your [...]

Is your child having difficulties with word problems? In this blog, I offer 6 tips on helping your child to navigate solving word problems. 1. Know the Meanings of Commonly Used Words in Math A [...]

Let’s start with a little math joke. What did 2 say as he left the party? ….. Peace out! Ok, so hopefully that made you smile a little. Now let’s get down to business. A [...]

Inspire your kids with interviews from Kid Entrepreneurs. Read about a kid who took a class on Wordpress to learn about website building and created a catalog. Read about another kid who creates [...]

Is your child not quite able to master math, but you’re not sure why? Do you realize there are some holes in your child’s math education, but you aren’t 100% sure what the holes are? I identify [...]

Is your child in Late Elementary or Middle School and not doing well in math? In this post, I outline some areas you can use as starting points when trying to figure out possible gaps in your [...]

In order for a child to be successful in math he must know how to add unlike fractions. In order to do to this well, he needs to have his multiplication facts memorized, be able to find the LCM [...]

Our kids sometimes ask a lot of questions. Things that we have known for ages could be completely new to our children so we have to make sure to take time to answer some of their questions and [...]

What should you do if according to your child's age or grade, he should be "ready" to do higher level maths, but he seems to be really STRUGGLING? Perhaps you need to take some steps back and [...]

This summer could your kids use some extra practice on topics such as percents, ratios, proportions, multiplying and dividing decimals, perimeter, and area? If so, then sign up for my Online [...]

Would you like to inspire you kids to be creative, innovative, persistent, and to have some unplugged fun?! Then check out the new STEM fictional book Anna, Kid Engineer!