After children turn 8 years old they are ready to develop specific math skills and demonstrate their understanding of math principles. We believe students will have a better foundation in mathematics if they understand how God uses numbers, shapes and patterns to bring order to the universe. The Kimber Academy textbooks

**Heavenly Father's Favorite Numbers**help students see these heavenly patterns. We encourage all families to consider reviewing the exercises in these textbooks before advancing into other math studies.

*Elementary Math Resources*

Course Road Maps on Hearthstone:Our Course Road Maps use Singapore Mathematics. Lesson plans include links to videos and interactive math instruction to help student understand the Singapore Method. A parent or mentor may present a math concept once a week using the DEFINE and DISCOVERY steps of the Five Points of Learning. Students practice the concept during the next week and report on their learning experiences the next week. Elementary Math 1: Singapore 3A Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 2: Singapore 3B Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 3: Singapore 4A Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 4: Singapore 4B Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 5: Singapore 5A Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 6: Singapore 5B Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 7: Singapore 6A Textbook - US Edition Elementary Math 8: Singapore 6B Textbook - US Edition STEM ResourcesLooking for a tutor? Tutoo is a webservice to match you up with a great tutor. (Based in Great Britain) Click here to learn more. |
Our Favorite Math Stories: The Grapes of Math by Greg Tang Sir Cumference and the First Round Table by Cindy Neuschwander Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone by Cindy Neuschwander Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi by Cindy Neuschwander Sir Cumference and the Isle of Immeter by Cindy Neuschwander Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland by Cindy Neuschwander The History of Counting by Denise Schmandt-Besserat What’s Your Angle Pythagoras? By Julie Ellis Morris the Millionaire Mouse by Melanie Martin How Much is a Million by David M. Schwartz Multiplying Menace: the Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin by Pam Calvert Mathematicians Are People Too Volumes 1 & 2 by Luetta Reimer Arithmetic Village (Series of Books) by Kimberly Moore The Librarian Who Measured the Earth by Kathryn Lasky The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns Life of Fred Books Other Math Resources:- Math and Money Fun for Students
- Maths Chase: Maths Chase makes math learning more fun for everyone. They use simple games to help children learn their times tables. Their games help children learn by repetition and also increase their speed gradually as they become more skilled
- "Making Cents of Money" with several kid-friendly math projects from the University of Alabama.
- Teaching Elementary Math Without a Formal Curriculum (from the Nourished and Nurtured Blog)
- Ray's Arithmetic (free video math lessons for the companion set to the Original McGuffey Readers)
- Heavenly Father's Favorite Numbers Volumes 1 and 2 from Kimber Academy
- Right Start Math
- Abeka Math
- Book Shark
- CLE Math
- Math U See
- Teaching Textbooks
- Math Mammoth
- Saxon Math
- Life of Fred
- Purple Math (online math tutoring)
- Homeschool Math from Mathhelp.com
- CTC Math (online math tutoring)
- KHAN Academy (free online math tutoring)
- ALEKS Math
- Consumer and practical math resources on Liberty's Hope
Math Videos David Wolfe's Video - Divine Symmetry Math Tools |