Reveal Math K – 5 Planning Materials
Reveal Math K – 5 Planning Materials

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Learning basic math online can prove to be a challenge. Whether you’re homeschooling, tutoring, or just brushing up over the summer, there are things to look out for. K-5 math teaching resources aren’t hard to dig up. In fact, they can be found just about anywhere online. However, not all of them are trustworthy or of high quality. For your child to learn what is necessary for them to succeed, they will need thorough material. It must be guaranteed to guide them properly. The materials that your child learns with could be the deciding factor in how they fare in their education.

If you’re planning on homeschooling your child, preparation ahead of time is pivotal. (If you’re already in the process of this, you have probably already concluded this!) Similarly, if you’re just looking for summer study material or extra work for your child to do, the same applies. Even though I have taught for several years, collecting materials can still seem overwhelming. After all, there are endless options. What’s more confusing is that they’re all advertising themselves to be the very best you will find. So how do you sort out which K-5 math teaching resources are the best?

The best place to start is with your child. At what grade level are they? Is learning basic math online an ideal way for them to learn? Or are they a hands-on learner who has trouble sitting at a computer? What are their strengths and weaknesses? If you’re not sure about any of these things, ask them. Give them a few options and see which strikes a chord with them the most. Knowing the needs of your child will give you an idea of where to start.

If your child is in a traditional school, contact their teacher. It is likely that they have a great deal of insight into educational resources. They will also be able to point you in the right direction with your child’s needs in mind.

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While looking through K-5 math teaching resources, recall your state standards. Do they claim to be up to scratch with those standards? If possible, take a peek into any textbooks or workbooks before deciding on them. Oftentimes, there will be sample pages available to view. Do they explain concepts well? If you can’t grasp the subject they’re trying to explain, your child probably won’t either. Do they fit the needs of your child? Perhaps your child is a math whiz and doesn’t need much explanation.

On the other hand, they may need multiple approaches to a concept to fully understand it. The material and how well it meshes with your child’s style is crucial. Keep in mind that not all textbooks are created equal and that no two are the same. While there are many free and very low-cost options available, you will be getting the value of your money. Paid options may be worth the quality guarantee.

While searching, browse reviews. While good ones are nice to read, look at some bad ones, too. Websites will likely describe their platform as perfect. Most probably say that they’re the very best place for learning basic math online. As much as we all wish this was true for every platform, it’s simply not. Reviews will give you a good idea of the pros of a site. In the same vein, they will give you the cons. (You can bet the education resource pages don’t mention those in their home page.)

Don’t be afraid to reach out to parents, tutors, and homeschoolers in your community. They know how important finding the right K-5 math teaching resources is. If they have information on a platform, they will be happy to share it with you.

Finally, give thought to ArgoPrep’s learning program. It is an engaging, thorough set of materials designed to give the best to your child, from K-5 and more.

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