1. YAHOO, howdy and welcome!!! My hubby is “BIG” too @ 6’6″ :) I cannot wait to learn math tips from you. Since I went to public school I’m relearning a lot w/ my kiddies.

    • Thanks, Jamerrill! I’m really stoked to be getting the opportunity to share some of my crazy fun ideas on unschooling.

      I’ve already labeled the tiles in my hallway with numbers 0-11. And The Doodle is running down it yelling one-two-one-two-one-two.

      We’ll get to three soon. ๐Ÿ˜€

      Thanks for the warm welcome!

  2. We struggle with Algebra 2 and my daughter is worried she won’t be prepared for her first ACT in the Spring. I think am too. Looking forward to your contributions.

    • Be sure to share your challenges along the way – if you struggle, there are 100 other readers with exactly the same problem.

      I can’t wait to help!

  3. Yippy Skippy! ๐Ÿ˜‰ And for good measure: YeeehaW!

  4. Welcome! I’m looking forward to what you have to share! I’ve always liked math too and have enjoyed being able to help my kids with it. I will admit that it’s been so many years since I’ve used my mad Algebra 2 skills that it was a little harder to help with that. But Algebra 1 and Geometry I’ve done okay at. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Welcome, Bon! So glad to have you here. I just hopped over for a visit to your blog and learned so much in the 3 posts I read! What a great resource you’ve created for parents/teachers. I’m always looking for ways to make math more fun and exciting in our home, so I’ll be dropping by your site often I’m sure!

  6. Thanks, Donetta & Shannon,

    I’m so happy to be able to share more math goodies here. I’m glad you’re heading to MathFour, as it’s chock full of stuff. And I can’t seem to slow down (a bloggers best nightmare and worst dream – or something like that :D).

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