# Homeschool Math Curriculum

## Collection by Rayna Herraya

Homeschooling doesn't have to be difficult! Fun homeschooling ideas, simple education for several grades!

### Fraction Rules Poster or Handout

Fraction printable

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### Maths help: Conversion chart for fractions, percentages and decimals. numerator denominator

Ever get stuck with fractions? Do you need help in figuring out a half or quarter or third? This will help you understand and convert fractions into decimals or percentage. Ever get stuck on percentages? Do you need help in figuring out 50%, 25% or 75%? This will help you understand and convert percentages to decimals or fractions. Ever get stuck on decimals? DO you need help in firuring out 0.5, 0.25 or 0.75? This will help you understand and convert decimals to percent or fractions

Use empty paper towel rolls to help kids understand addition. Kids put marbles in each slide, and both slides lead to the same bucket. Also helps teach the Communitive property of addition. -concrete -3D

### FOIL method Poster for multiplying binomials

FOIL method Poster for multiplying binomials. I am a big fan of the FOIL method for multiplying binomials. Although I know some educators use the box method, my students find the FOIL method easier and much faster with a little practice. I have color coded the First, Outers, Inners and Last ter...

### Free Math Cheat Sheet for Grades 4-8

Download a free math cheat sheet for grades 4-8, including abbreviations, conversions, and more!

### Free STEM Websites for Grades 6-12: Middle School and High School

Free Math Websites for Grades 6-12 - great for homeschool math #STEM #education…

### WeAreTeachers

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### Kindergarten Math Centers

Kindergarten Math CentersI designed these independent dice centers to provide some fun practice for students with: forward counting, backward counting, number writing, adding, and number representation. I wanted some quick and easy centers that were helpful for teachers and fun for students. The only items you will need are some fun counting materials (erasers, plastic toys, legos, cubes, i.e.), various number dice, and these worksheets. These can be printed in black and white for single use…

### Musical Fractions

Kids explore fractions, while writing a colorful melody, without even knowing how to read music! Fill glasses up with different fractions of water and add food coloring. Provide students with paper to write their songs. Have kids make a hypothesis about why the glasses of water project different sounds. Is it the color of the water: No! Kids will be wowed at how water level makes an impact on the sound that projects from each glass. The fraction of water in each glass produces a different…

### Развивающие игры для детей | OK.RU

Развивающие игры для детей

Dice games for practicing multiplication facts 2 through 12!!! All Free!

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In these 30+ books about math, your students will be able to work on math skills while reading fun stories - it's a win-win! Books on counting, addition, and geometry for all ages.

### Multiplication Arrays

Multiplication Arrays - Such a clever way for the students to MAKE the array for themselves

### Math is Not That Hard When You Know This - My DIY Tips

Math is the key to understand math. However, there are many people think that math is the hardest thing ever in the world. That is a wrong assumption. Math is actually very helpful and makes you understand the world better. For example, if you know math better then you can …

### Math Word Walls | Scaffolded Math and Science

These math word walls work especially well for visual learners and English language learners to supplement a math curriculum. Math vocabulary is presented through examples and concepts, allowing any student struggling with English to access the math. More on the Scaffolded Math and Science blog.