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I'll be the first to admit I'm terrible at math. So that was a big concern when I brought 14yo dd home. I decided to give her a break from math until I could figure it out. Workbooks were a bust. They had answer keys but didn't explain how to do it. Crap! Finally I stumbled upon WOWmath.org. Yea! This guy (he's a teacher) made videos teaching Algebra 1 Algebra 2 and AP Calculus. He even put up online practice tests with answer key. So now, dd and I watch the videos together and learn together.
I'm 30 years old and I finally learned how to add, subtract and multiply integers, LOL!
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Thank you! And I've told her, it's okay if you don't learn something at this moment in time. There's always later. Look at me LOL
Quoting hwblyf:
I think that's awesome! It models lifelong learning, it makes things finally click with you, and your daughter understands that knowledge doesn't just come because you want it to. Kudos to you for doing it!

Thankfully mine does well with teaching. Though I am probably going to have to learn the math to not look completely out of my depth.
Quoting paganbaby:
Oh my dh's a math wiz too. He just sucks at teaching,lol.
Quoting debramommyof4:
If my husband was not a math wiz, I would be doing the same thing. It is awesome.

Lucky! But yeah, you might want to brush up on it.
Quoting debramommyof4:
Thankfully mine does well with teaching. Though I am probably going to have to learn the math to not look completely out of my depth.
Quoting paganbaby:
Oh my dh's a math wiz too. He just sucks at teaching,lol.
Quoting debramommyof4:
If my husband was not a math wiz, I would be doing the same thing. It is awesome.