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I know math is one of those subjects that almost every home educator wrestles with. The running joke is “how many math curriculums the average homeschool family has been through.” So for all my homeschool friends who love being out in nature…”Wild Math” is an amazing independent curriculum or supplement to what you’re already using! I hesitated to switch because we know that measuring progress without tests and worksheets takes more effort and attention on the part of the teacher…but I’m so glad we made the jump!
Needless to say, we are looking forward to Wild Reading 2! 🙂 So thank you for sharing this wonderful resource as well as the math programs. It has been a key to unlocking my ESL learner.
Her review of Wild Reading https://www.instagram.com/tv/CRrNr-5hhCJ/?utm_medium=copy_link&fbclid=IwAR1mX9_xYpZXIjB9u5suAVdZrPBLeDRRTqJ9Kj6u4I95sultQYLDDBdpD-M
I love the smile on my son’s face when he gets to do maths outside instead of crouched over a workbook at 8yrs old. This could have only happened after I found Wild Math because before that he was miserable and my smart little wild guy told me that he hated maths. Now he is ecstatic. Your thoughtfulness did that and in my book, that is all the fancy we need. You are changing minds about something that is extremely important, mathematics. Many moons ago I gave up on my dream when I realized that maths was an essential part of it. I was petrified when I realized that I was responsible for how my son would learn maths and I knew I did not want him to make choices like I did around the fear of mathematics. I have worked in areas where engineering jobs were vacant for so long and we had to seek people to fill those positions from other countries. So you see, I am grateful to you for this wonderful curriculum because it is going to change the mindset of how maths is perceived and taught. My teachers lectured math from in front of the classroom and I among many other students had no clue, I am a visual and tactile learner and that did not resonate with me. Nevertheless, I thought something was wrong with me, that I was stupid as that’s what my teachers referred to any student who did not understand. I know there are many curriculums out there but many children especially boys are movers and shakers and we need maths that tailored to them. You took the time and effort to tailor a curriculum for your children and then, in turn, offered it to us not realizing that such a selfless act will yield a great fortune. That my friend is very fancy. I know you can’t see into the future but let me tell me that there are more kinesthetic learners out there waiting to discover your Wild Math. So let the rumpus begin.
Blossom and Root used Wild Math as a Supplement in First Grade and as Primary /Spine in Second Grade. Check out both video reviews! You can see what she says specifically about Wild Math around 5:33.
She talks about Wild Math in the 2nd-grade video at about 25:00.
The Waldock Way’s video review of Wild Math for First Grade!
Here is a great in-depth review of Wild Math Second grade of a new to homeschooling mama due to the pandemic!