Mathematics Instructions


  1.  Try to make mathematics more concrete and enjoyable by making story problems from your Bible lesson and nature lesson; use a blackboard and write a problem out (or a stick writing in the dirt), letting the student work out the answer, then let the child give the teacher and problem; or, as you are working at a project, make it into a mathematics problem, etc.  Help the student to see that mathematics is a simple part of life.
  2. Practice mental problems – where the child has to work out the answer in his head.
  3. Let the child work at whatever level he is capable of doing in the workbooks.

Excerpt from Grades 2-8 / Lesson 1:  What Is Mathematics? – Teacher Section

Published by ~Melissa

Homeschooling mom of 5 girls (2 married) and Mimi (Grandma) to four, by God's grace in northern Iowa. Life is always changing...ever seeking God's will in each new day.

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