Here is a math website for kids in pre-K through 6th grade.
Such online record keeping can be an effortless way to track "proof of learning" for the home educator who needs to provide reports to the district.
School districts can also obtain a yearly site license for $199 for up to 30 children to have full access to the website from home or school. It seems like an incredible tool to have!
If you have sons (or daughters) who are in constant motion, don't like to sit still, hate to focus on seat work, you probably know what I mean...
I wanted to be a crunchy-waldorf-montessori homeschooling mother, but that approach does NOT work for my son like it might for my daughter.
Technology is really his key to learning as I imagine it is for a lot of other kids on the autism/autism-like spectrum. And I am greatful.
The flip side is that our distracted learners also crave TONS of exercise and derive so many benefits from spending time in nature.
So homeschooling allows us opportunities to do hands-on project based learning in and out of doors like the "Square of Life: Studies in Local and Global Environments "