ShillerLearning: Montessori at Home
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New Homeschool Math Blog Post:

Learn to Identify - and Make the Most of - Six Opportunities in Mistakes

The ShillerMath philosophy says that every mistake is a learning opportunity because it encourages discussion and improves...

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Have a child struggling with math facts? Spend just 5 minutes a day doing this activity. It's just one example of the innovative and effective ways ShillerMath lets children use all their senses and all parts of their brains to learn math.

https://www.shillermath.com/TimesTablesTheShillerMathWay.php
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Montessori’s multi-sensory treatment of place value and the decimal system, cornerstone of a solid math foundation, is unparalleled. Learn 10 tips that will set your child up for success. WEBINAR BONUS: receive a money-saving promo code. Register now; space is limited.

Pick up some #multisensory teaching tips for place value in this #HomeschoolMath webinar: Tuesday, January 10th.

https://shillermath.com/webinars.php﻿
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November Puzzler for Grades 4-8: See if your homeschool math student can develop the proof or come up the answer!

Say you divide a circle into many equal parts by drawing line segments from the center to points on the circle. If no two line segments form a diameter, what...

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Grit: The New Bacon
Grit Can Be Measured - And Developed

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Spiral or Mastery: Must One Choose?
Sometimes Choices Are Make Believe

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Homeschool math Brain Booster for grades 9 to 12:

Why is it true that a number whose digits sum to a multiple of 3 will also be divisible by 3 (and vice versa)?