Thank you for the warm welcome. I just started following your blog! My children are very mathematically minded and I am looking forward to reading more of your posts. I would love for you to check out my blog and follow it if you'd like.
Great website! I love it. I am very lucky, as my son is in advanced math and also helps his little sis with her homework, so I've got a built-in tutor! I really like your ideas and I will plan on spreading the word about your website the next time I do a school segment on the morning show that I work on. I usually do an entire back-to-school month of segments in August, so I'll keep you posted on that! Please check out my site at www.managedmoms.com and let me know what you think! :)
Thank you for the message, unfortunately my BG is only one year so Math is a bit far off yet, but kudos for you to have a blog just for that! Feeling inundated with all these sites have to offer so taking a while to jump around and check everyone out. If you have a moment and are interested in checking out mine, I would appreciate your input/feedback. Thanks!
Hi Wanda, what a great site. I think it's great what your doing in terms of helping children learn such an important and fundamental skill. Please visit my site at www.reflectandrealize.blogspot.com and follow. Would love your input on my posts. Happy Friday!
Thanks so much! Right now the girls are 2 but when they o get in school I know I'll need help with the math. I'm in accounting but someone was good enough to invent the calculator LOL. I will definately become a follower. Thanks for the support. Please check out my blog as well. http://twinsboutique09.blogspot.com
Thank you for the nice welcome! I homeschool all three of my children, my oldest son has ADHD so any ideas I can get to help him succeed I really appreciate. :) I will definately be checking out your site.
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