Carschooling Resources by Chapter
Here are some of the many resources mentioned in the book, “Carschooling” to enhance learning math on the road! The products listed here are linked to our Amazon.com affiliate to make purchasing them a snap!
Chapter 4 — Math
* How Much Is A Million? by David M. Schwartz, a great book for helping kids to conceptualize really large numbers.
* I Hate Mathematics Book by Marilyn Burns, lots of fun and interesting activities for the math-phobic.
* Mathematics in Everyday Things by William C. Vergara.
- Watch and listen to School House Rock.
* Rock ‘N Learn has addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts set to your choice of rock, rap, or country music.
- Visit Rock ‘N Learn
* Multiplication Wrap-up by Learning Wrap-Ups is a fun math tool that helps kids learn the multiplication tables through matching exercises. Wrap a string around the deck of math facts to connect every item in the top row of each page with its match on the bottom row. There are also reading and arithmetic wraps for Kindergarten through Grade 2.
* Guinness World Records – It has so many practical uses for math in it – that kids can really see how math is utilized in the real world.
* Googol Power Math Series develops skill in arithmetic by setting math facts to the most engaging tunes of any math-music program around – and uses history to teach times tables through song! The website enhances the fun with all kinds of free resources and learning extensions.
Find more Carschooling Resources
- Chapter 3 – Science
- Chapter 4 – Math
- Chapter 5 – Language Arts
- Chapter 6 – Social Sciences
- Chapter 7 – Geography
- Chapter 8 – Visual & Performing Arts
- Chapter 9 – Foreign Languages
- Chapter 10 – P.E. & Health
- Chapter 11 – Electives
- Chapter 12 – Recess
Note: Only about 5% of the resources mentioned in the book “Carschooling” were sent to the author as free review copies. As such, the author was under no obligation to write a recommendation. She simply tried them with her kids, enjoyed them, and decided to share them with the readers. The rest of the 95% of resources mentioned, were purchased by the author for use with her own family, or recommended by other carschooling parents. The author received no compensation for mentioning the resources in the book.