Here’s the second in my series of Free Homeschool Resources. Took a while to post this as I’ve had trouble with my blog theme, so I apologize for the delay.
You’ve waited a while now, so let’s get straight to it!
Here are the Free Math resources that I’ve found online.
MEP Math – Created for classroom setting but can easily be tweaked for homeschooling. Spiral in approach and a bit teacher extensive plus you may want to include the printing costs. Overall a math program that is fun and rigorous at the same time. Also read from some blogs that MEP math is compatible with the Charlotte Mason approach.
Eureka Math – A complete common core aligned pre-k through 12 curriculum that is comprehensive and provides support materials to the teachers/parents.
Comprehensive School Mathematics Program (CSMP) – Similar to Singapore math, but is a little simpler. It is very thorough and has many components that keep it engaging. It covers all grade levels including kindergarten. Just choose your child’s grade level and download the materials.
Websites for Math Review
Xtra Math – XtraMath is a free web-based resource designed to help kids master basic math facts like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Uses games and short times activities to test kids fluency on the topic. A good tool for review.
Math is Fun – Covers a wide array of mathematical concepts and uses games, puzzles and other activities to make math fun.
There are a lot of other free websites available to us today, just do a simple google search and you’ll definitely find one that suits your taste.
Next in the series is free resources for Science…