Years ago, when I started homeschooling, I fretted over how expensive everything was and felt wretched when I could not afford this or that programme. Now that I’m starting over with Peep, I see that I was being completely ridiculous. Ah… hindsight! ;)
There are lots of free Math resources online and some may lack the bells and whistles that we may often look for or be used to. Still, now that I’m in a back-to-basics mode, I see how these are good, solid materials that have stood the test of time.
Here are some Mathy links you might enjoy checking out:
- First Lessons in Arithmetic
- Samuel L. Blumenfeld’s Arithmetic Program
- First Lessons in Numbers
- SW Baird’s Graded Work in Arithmetic:
- CIMT’s Mathematics Enhancement Programme (Reception to Secondary level)
- Comprehensive School Mathematics Program Preservation Project (K to 6)
- Dad’s Worksheets
- Khan Academy
- Eureka Math by Great Minds
- Ray’s Arithmetic – AN ABSOLUTE GEM!!