Maria's Math Tips, January 2016
Welcome to a new year!!
1. Math Mammoth newsUpcoming sales...
I will run a sale in latter part of January at Kagi store — I will let you all know about it later
Educents is running a sale on Math Mammoth BLUE series bundle and Light Blue Series Bundle, both through January 8.
You can find Math Mammoth downloadable products at CURRCLICK at 25% off... till January 19, 2016. This sale includes individual products, and excludes the already discounted bundles.
Homeschool Buyers Co-op will run a 40% off sale from January 21 till February 1. All the large Math Mammoth and Make It Real Learning bundles will be 40% off.
Announcing... Currently available for grades 1-4, this version differs from the US version in these aspects:
Math Mammoth, International version
2. Videos for the multiplication tablesI've made a series of videos to help students/children learn the multiplication tables from 2 to 12. They are presented in a specific order — easiest ones first — which makes learning them MUCH easier.
Each teaching video has a similar structure:
3. Math anxietyHere's a neat infographic concerning MATH ANXIETY... nothing earth-shaking, but nice reminders of some basics.
Courtesy of Maths Insider
4. DIY 2016 desk calendarYou can still download the free Do-it-Yourself (DIY) printable desk calendar for 2016!
It also has fun activities for children! For each month of the calendar, your child (or children) can connect the dots, trace a maze, or match the twins, and then color the playful images — creating a truly personalized calendar for the new year.
The activity pages come from my daughter Abby's website Children's Best Activities, which includes all sorts of fun creative and thinking skill activities, like coloring pages, matching pairs, dot-to-dots, mazes, and much more!
After trimming, the calendar pages are sized to fit into an empty CD case.
This DIY Desk Calendar has been done in collaboration with Homeschool Buyers Co-op.
Simply download it here:
5. SAT practiceThose needing practice problems for the SAT test, here's one more resource for that:
New SAT Practice Test Section — Andrew Vickery, Math Coach
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