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Teaching math can be difficult for many parents. Whether your child is struggling to understand or it is you as a parent struggling to teach math topics that you have not used in many years. Thinkwell Homeschool offers Video based courses to help parents with their kids as they approach those harder to understand math levels.
Thinkwell Homeschool offers math programs for students in Grades 6 – High School, including advanced math honors courses and college level math. You can also purchase printed notes for various grade levels that your student can refer to.
The online format allows students to have access to their materials 24/7, so you can use them anytime that is convenient for you. The courses are broken down into what is considered a scholastic school year. Suggested lesson plans include day-by-day and week-by-week schedule that allows you to keep your student on track to finish their program in a good time frame. But if your student is struggling, Thinkwell Homeschool provides flexibility for families that allows you to adjust to a schedule that works with your student.
Each video lesson is roughly 5-10 minutes, and provides full instruction on the lesson topic. They provide examples, illustrations, and even close captioning for students. If a student does need extra help, videos can be re-watched until the student has mastered the topic and is ready to move on. There are also graded practice problems and quizzes that give immediate feedback. This ensures that the student can see right away where they stand, and if they have retained the information they have been studying or if they need to practice more. If students need a little extra help beyond the videos, they also provide printable notes for students to create learning notebooks with.
Thinkwell Homeschool has provided a new approach to help students excel in their mathematical skills.
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For the last several weeks, families with the Homeschool Review Crew have been using Thinkwell Homeschool at various grade levels in their homes. Make sure to check out what they say about it by clicking below.
Thank you to Renita Kuehner of Krazy Kuehner Days for writing this introductory post.