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Jun01

“Math Is the One Subject That We Continue Working on the Summer”

In this post, Nashville mom of two awesome girls, Latonya, explains her experience using the Smartick Method to keep math skills fresh during the summer! About Latonya’s blog: Joy in the Ordinary isn’t only a homeschooling blog, but it is a place where you can get practical tips for making the most out the life that you have been […]

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May09

Mummy Endeavours Review: Maths Help Online with the Smartick Method

Mummy Endeavours Review: Maths Help Online with the Smartick Method

Here at Smartick, we love to hear about students’ success stories in maths and school! You are about to read another one of these touching stories. Recently, Carolynne, mum of 4, tried the Smartick method with her family. Carolynne writes and shares family stories on her mommy blog, Mummy Endeavours, from London. At school one of Carolynne’s youngest boys, age […]

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May08

Recent Smartick Review: Unexpected Pippa, Blogger From Johannesburg

Recent Smartick Review: Unexpected Pippa, Blogger From Johannesburg

Check out this recent review by Smartick Mother, Tattooed Gamer, and Writer, Pippa Tshabalala, who shares her experience with Smartick. Pippa is a blogger from Johannesburg, South Africa who shares her family’s experience with Smartick. Pippa is a mommy of two children, her eldest son just turned 6, and is “developing a growing fascination with maths before he […]

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Apr25

Review from Homeschooling without Training Wheels

Lynna, homeschool mama of seven kids and the author of Homeschooling without Training Wheels has recently given the Smartick method a try in her house and curriculum. The article begins addressing the common issue that homeschooling parents share—the inevitable trade-off between effort and flexibility with already set in stone curriculum programs. What if you could […]

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