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Fixing Your Homeschooler’s MATH Struggles


Struggling with math is common for all of us, even those with a knack for it. The truth is that math requires a kind of growth through stages, which every child (yes, yours too) can survive 🙂 Here are 2 ideas that will make the difference. In fact, if your child is struggling, it's probably one, the other, or both.

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

I’d love to hear your comments or answer your questions


Does Your Child Hate Math?

Hating math often seems like the normal way for most kids, but should it really be that way? The reason most kids hate math is the same as why they hate anything; they aren't good at it! What if we could show almost any child how to conquer math? A lot would change indeed!

​I’d love to hear your comments or answer your questions.

Off to learn,

Fred Ray Lybrand

How to Teach Your Child Math Facts

Jody and I have noticed a number of comments in some of the forums we frequent about helping children learn math facts.
Basically, what we mean by this is that a child really shouldn’t start math (in our estimation) until they know multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction to the number ’12’.
Obviously, if a child can learn these things first, then he/she is going to not be so distracted, intimidated, or slow as they work with math.
And yet…seems like helping them learn these facts is a problem.

How to Teach a Child Math Facts



Please pass this along if it helps,
Fred Lybrand
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