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A Heart For All Students: Homeschool Math Planning Activities – Part 1

We are all, in some form or fashion, “homeschool” families now, and homeschool math activities are top priority.

And if your children are struggling with the assignments that are being sent home, and if they’re crying, and if they are acting out of frustration…THERE’S A REASON.

This season can be an absolute blessing. It can be the best situation that could ever happen in your child’s educational journey. Now you can focus on what your child needs in order to progress educationally.

First, it is important to find out where your child stands in math.  Because when it comes to homeschool math activities, your child needs a solid foundation. Without that, your child will continue to struggle as the concepts continue to build.

Set a homeschool math goal and take one step at a time.

Finally, remember that you are the primary teacher both now and quite frankly, you have always been.

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We are finding ourselves in uncharted territory. We are all, in some form or fashion, “homeschool” families now, and homeschool math activities are top priority.

And if your children are struggling with the assignments that are being sent home, and if they’re crying, and if they are acting out of frustration…THERE’S A REASON.   I am of the belief that our children are not being willfully disobedient when they are resisting school work.    However, it can definitely be exhausting for mom and dad.

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Key Ideas And Concepts About Homeschool Math Planning Activities

We are all, in some form or fashion, “homeschool” families now, and homeschool math activities are top priority.

This season can be an absolute blessing. Now you can focus on what your child needs in order to progress educationally.

If your children are struggling with the assignments, and if they’re crying, and if they are acting out of frustration…THERE’S A REASON.

First, it is important to find out where your child stands in math. Because when it comes to homeschool math activities, your child needs a solid foundation.

Set a homeschool math goal and address one concept at a time.

Incorporate movement into homeschool math activities.

Remember that you are the primary teacher both now and quite frankly, you have always been.

 

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  •    [01:21] Change Your Outlook
  •    [02:07] Identify Starting Point
  •    [02:51] Don’t Panic
  •    [03:24] ADHD
  •    [04:31] Incorporate Movement
  •    [06:06] Your Are The Primary Teacher

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