Math Tutor

I don’t know if I’m a “typical” homeschool mom (or even if there is such a thing), but math is definitely one of the subjects that I struggle to teach, even though I got good grades in math.  I’ll admit, it’s not my favorite subject, so I’m glad to have a close family member who is a former math teacher and can help fill-in-the-blanks when we need her to.  I’ve never checked into the cost of a tutor, but i’m sure it’s not cheap.  So, if you’re in need of a little extra help in the math department, you might want to check out Math Tutor.  Here is what their website says sets them apart from other math help programs:
– All of the topics are taught entirely through example problems.
No boring lectures to bog you down.
– Immediately helps you with homework and exam taking skills.
– All courses are many hours long giving you value for your money.
– Courses are inexpensive yielding an average cost of only $3/hour!
– All sections feature a wide range of problem complexity.
Thousands of students have benefited from our Math Help on DVD.
#1 Best Selling tutorial DVDs in their respective subjects!

– All DVD courses Guaranteed to raise grades or your money back!

Our Crew members each received 2 dvd programs from Math Tutor to try out and review…

Math Help: The Basic Math Word Problem Tutor – 2 DVD Set – 8 Hour Course
Disc 1
Section 1: Adding Whole Numbers
Section 2: Subtracting Whole Numbers
Section 3: Multiplying Whole Numbers
Section 4: Dividing Whole Numbers
Section 5: Adding Decimals
Section 6: Subtracting Decimals
Section 7: Multiplying Decimals
Section 8: Dividing Decimals

Disc 2
Section 9: Adding Fractions
Section 10: Subtracting Fractions
Section 11: Multiplying Fractions
Section 12: Dividing Fractions
Section 13: Percents, Part 1
Section 14: Percents, Part 2
Section 15: Ratio and Proportion

Algebra Help: The Algebra 2 Tutor — 2 DVD Set — 6 Hour Course
Disk 1

Section 1: Graphing Equations
Section 2: The Slope Of A Line
Section 3: Writing Equations Of Lines
Section 4: Graphing Inequalities
Section 5: Solving Systems Of Equations By Graphing
Section 6: Solving Systems Of Equations By Substitution
Section 7: Solving Systems Of Equations By Addition

Disk 2

Section 8: Solving Systems Of Equations In Three Variables
Section 9: Simplifying Radical Expressions.
Section 10: Add/Subtract Radical Expressions.
Section 11: Multiply/Divide Radical Expressions.
Section 12: Solving Equations With Radicals.
Section 13: Fractional Exponents.
Section 14: Solving Polynomial Equations.
Section 15: The Quadratic Formula.

You can view video samples of each of the Math Tutor programs by visiting their website.
  • Janet says:  “Wow!!! Any math program that can make Algebra 2 interesting and understandable to an 8 year old is amazing. Not only did Ryan LEARN how to graph a linear equation, he remembers it and is excited about it. He also asked me to buy some of the other ones for him to watch and learn for fun.”

  • Denise says: “Mr. Gibson carefully walks viewers through several sample problems, explaining everything in detail along the way. This step-by step approach leaves no room for misunderstanding or confusion. You not only learn how to solve the problem, but also understand why.”

  • Tammy says: “A private tutor can come into your home, as a 6 hour Math Tutor DVD, for the price of $26.99 (+ shipping). Even including the shipping, where can you hire a tutor for less than $10.00 an hour?”
 Here’s what the rest of our Crew has to say about the math dvd’s.

8 thoughts on “Math Tutor”

  1. Dirty little secret: I hated math so much I married a math teacher's daughter :-). An hour with Math Tutor and I understood some concepts I couldn't grasp in high school or college algebra. Another hour and I think I can work basic word problems again. Now if I can get my hands on the video that teaches you how to make change… Math Tutor DVD is a GREAT program,


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