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Jun15

One Method for a Medley of Families

One Method for a Medley of Families

Smartick Method Diversity Smartick families consist of diverse families. As you already know from our previous posts, students hail from all over the world. However, apart from the physical distance that set many students apart, Smartick families differ in other ways as well! Some students use Smartick to help them fill the gaps they are […]

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Jun08

Smartick, a Better Use of Technology!

Smartick, a Better Use of Technology!

Putting Technology to Good Use According to the Chapman University Survey of American Fears, 2015, technology issues are at the top. Amber, a mother of two, also fears the amount of time her kids spend with technology. An owner-writer at Become a Coupon Queen, Amber has always been a saver and believes in the magic of couponing/frugal […]

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May18

Overcoming Initial Challenges

Overcoming Initial Challenges

Many homeschooling families are keen to learn more about the new and innovative learning tools available that challenges their family. Particularly, homeschooling mom Laura was excited to try out Smartick which she describes on her blog. Although she works on a different math curriculum, she was happy to try out the method as she believed […]

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May11

Transitions and Playing Math Catch-Up

Transitions and Playing Math Catch-Up

Tough Transitions Moving can be stressful for both adults and children. Particularly, when students change schools, easy transitions are not always guaranteed. Lizzie discovered this to be true for her daughter Aubrie, which she explains in her blog. The biggest difference was the new school’s curriculum, which she found to be incredibly different from the […]

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May04

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

Scottish Warrior Princess vs. Math “Even Scottish warrior princesses need to practice math”, Smartick mom Debra states as she refers to her spunky 7-year old-daughter in her blog. Her daughter was always a good and well-rounded student. However, third grade proved to be a difficult transition, particularly when she started to struggle with math. When […]

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Apr27

“Mama, Can I Do Math Now?”

“Mama, Can I Do Math Now?”

Changing Attitudes and Mindsets When Cassidy’s daughter sets her mind on something, there’s no stopping her, even when it comes to doing math. This can be great when she decides to master a particular skill. However, Cassidy explains on her blog Freshly Planted, some challenges of this mentality, as it became nearly impossible to change her […]

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Apr13

Mistakes Are Where the Learning Starts

Mistakes Are Where the Learning Starts

  It’s safe to say that Smartick mom Karen is a proponent of developing maths skills early on. In her blog, Stopping at Two, she highlights the importance of numeracy skills and building these foundations at a young age. When her daughter Freyja started second grade, she started to find math difficult. Despite her teacher […]

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Apr06

Raising Math Scores: Smartick Method

Raising Math Scores: Smartick Method

Raising Math Scores with Smartick When Louise Bishop realized her daughter was working below grade level in math, she was totally baffled. She had been homeschooling for about three years and her children seemed to be progressing through their school work rather quickly. Since they were grasping concepts so easily, she considered moving them up a grade. […]

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Mar30

Give Your Child A World Class Math Education

Give Your Child A World Class Math Education

  When her son Cullen started kindergarten just a few weeks ago, Meagan decided to help him along and check out some online resources that could be helpful for her son’s education. Because math is so important for a successful future, it was at the top of Meagan’s list. She came across Smartick Method and quickly registered […]

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Mar23

Maths Benefits at Your Fingertips

Maths Benefits at Your Fingertips

  We are thrilled to introduce you to a very international Smartick family. Claire is a South African native living in Paris with her British husband and children. She is as a full-time mom and co-creator of the blog Our Mummy Life where she discusses her son, Eli’s, Smartick experience. Eli is a 4.5-year-old Smartick […]

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Mar21

Kids with Special Needs and Smartick Method

Kids with Special Needs and Smartick Method

“My kids with Special Needs need to work at their own pace. And this is why Smartick Method works.” Kids with special needs often demand to learn at their own pace. And this is one of the reasons Charlotte decided to homeschool. Her family gave traditional school a fair try but, for various reasons, they decided […]

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Mar16

Homeschooling Math: Make It Fun with the Smartick Method

Homeschooling Math: Make It Fun with the Smartick Method

Ashley and her family live in Nova Scotia, Canada, from where she shares her adventures in homeschooling with her three children. They are secular homeschoolers and new to it, with only 2 years under their belt. So they thought it was an excellent idea to share their journey with others on Ashley’s blog, Forgetful Momma.  She admits math […]

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