Posts Tagged ‘Math’
Most of you who follow my blog know that my son has high functioning autism and has a cognitive disability. Well we had a neuropysch appointment a year or two ago and I based all my teaching around that. Well we have now hit high school and he is a freshman. I have been working with DVR as we are getting ready for transition and he is involved in a program with them. Well she hooked me up with the special education center at our technical college.
Do your children love reading adventures? If so they will love Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree by Star Toaster. This reading app is geared for kids 7 and up. This is a chapter book and so much more.
Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree incorporates not only reading comprehension, but vocabulary and other fun subjects into your child’s learning. It is a 122 pages long. It does have very cute graphics throughout the chapters. When I said it incorporated other subjects I meant it. There are 75 lessons on math, science, grammar, vocabulary, thinking skills, and the arts.
For the past few weeks my children have had fun practice language and math concepts using the Complete Home Learning Suite by Essential Skills Advantage. This is a nice supplement to add into your homeschool. The subjects covered are math, reading, language & grammar, science and geography. The grades that this is geared for is K – 6.
One of our favorite math programs is Demme Learning’s Math-U-See program. For this review we had the chance to review the new Digital Packs. My daughter is currently on the Alpha level and is 9 chapters away from completing this level. If your looking for some space saving on curriculum and something you can access at anytime or anywhere, I highly suggest checking this out. Everything you need is at your fingertips. The only thing not included is the Student Workbook.
Hot off the press: Telling Time By The Hour Using QR Codes. If your not familiar with QR Codes they can be really awesome and give a child a sense of indolence when learning or reviewing materials. In this freebie you will only find by the hour time. There is no AM or PM in this printable.
If your not familiar with QR Codes I created a video to show you what they are and how to use them. You will need a smartphone or tablet. You will also need an app that is called a QR Code Reader. You can find free apps in both iTunes and Google Play. I am not sure about Kindle. I am sure they do exist there as well.