No matter what homeschool method you might use, most can agree that a solid foundation in the basics of math and reading is the key to unlocking a lifetime of learning.
Sometimes learning and practicing those basic skills requires some extra supplementals.
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Mentoring Minds has created resources to help students gain skills and confidence in math and reading to encourage educational success.
At Mentoring Minds, we believe that education is about more than finding the right answer—it’s about asking great questions. And in order to encourage students to be critical thinkers, we believe that educators need quality resources at their fingertips and dedicated partners in their schools. As an educational content creator and K–12 publisher of print-and-digital resources, we strive to be that partner, empowering educators to create classrooms full of critical thinkers.
- Help students master the standards with relevant content that integrates formative assessment and supports cross‐curricular connections.
- Encourage higher‐level skills with built‐in critical thinking applications.
- Provide differentiated instruction based on the needs of your students.
- rigorous and relevant reading selections
- assessment items
- critical thinking prompts
- creative thinking activities
- journal prompts
- extended practice selections
- suggested parent activities—in print and online
Do you use online learning programs to supplement your homeschool studies?