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Amazing Math Free Ebook

 August is here and it’s time to gear up for “Back-to-Homeschool.” Looking for some fun hands-on activities to get your year started right? The Old Schoolhouse® wants to help by offering our Teacher’s Toolbox readers one of our most popular modules, Amazing Mathematics, absolutely free! 

 How much fun can you have with math? Amusing Mathematics will help you see that math isn’t boring at all! Learn how to amaze your friends with number tricks, play a game of Sudoku, learn new ways to multiply, and so much more! Amusing Mathematics will leave you, and your kids, smiling as you learn to enjoy the lighter side of math together.
This module includes:
  • Fantastic number tricks sure to surprise everyone you try them on, your very own set of printable tangram puzzle pieces, printable pattern blocks, and so much more! Our “hands-on” approach gives you more than just facts to make your kids memorize; we provide you with tools to help them demonstrate their proficiency at math.
  • Great math jokes and riddles that are sure to amuse everyone.
    Activity pages (with answers) to take the knowledge one step further. Try our “math minute” pages, make a clock, work a word search, and more!
  • Coloring pages made just for this module! Unique copywork pages covering time, money, calendars, and numbers, created by Virginia Donahue from Proverbs 22:6 Academy.

 While this module is designed to accompany The Schoolhouse Planner, each module is a complete study on its own. You are not required to use The Schoolhouse Planner to benefit from the material in these modules. 
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  Click HERE to download your FREE Amazing Math 

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