By Kay Orr|2020-01-31T17:25:18-06:00November 6th, 2019|
What if it’s your curriculum that’s a little too confusing, a little too difficult or not quite the right grade level? Do we simply chalk up the first six weeks of the semester to a failed purchase, or is there a way to turn something that’s not quite right into a workable option for the rest of the semester?
Hobbies may seem like a trivial issue; you might think a hobby can’t affect that much change in a teen’s life. But in their health, their development of personal interests, and in shaping their future, a hobby could change everything.
Helping your homeschool teen thrive in their math studies is an art that requires flexibility, sensitivity, and a lot of imagination. If you want to inspire a love of math in your teen, take a look at our five teaching tips that can help take the stress out of your homeschool classroom.