Math seems to be a subject that kids will instantly understand, or continually struggle with all their schooling years. Because each child learns differently, a subject such as math can be tricky. As a homeschooling mom, I am always learning for new ways to help my kids learn and understand Math. That is why when I was given an opportunity to look at Kate Snow’s book series, *Math Facts that Stick* for kids, I was instantly intrigued.

**About ***Math Facts that Stick* for Kids Author

*Math Facts that Stick*for Kids Author

Let’s start with the author Kate Snow. Kate Snow is a former teacher, curriculum writer, homeschool teacher, tutor, and now a published author through Well-Trained Mind Press. When Kate Started homeschooling, she could not help but notice that Math created stress and anxiety for both the parents and the teachers. Therefore, she set out to use her experience and write a series of books that will help parents and kids.

**How will ***Math Facts that Stick* for Kids, help my child

*Math Facts that Stick*for Kids, help my child

Kate Snow has spent decades in the Math world. She has seen, taught, and witnessed how children can learn. She also understands how different children’s learning styles can be. That is why she has put together a series of books that will make learning Math so much easier. Forget the days of spending hours memorizing flashcard facts. *With Math Facts that Stick* parents will be able to use games, strategies, and worksheets to help their kids understand Math, and retain the new lessons.

**Time to start**

What is the best time to start learning math? Well, it is never too early. That is why Kate Snow starts her series out at the Preschool level. The first book that parents can purchase is *Preschool Math At Home*. Here, parents can start with the basics, all while continuing to build up to the four-series book set.

Even if you do not start at the Preschool level, that is okay. Although I recommend starting these books early, families can quickly start on the *Addition Facts that Stick* book. If your child has mastered addition, the book series contains subtraction, multiplication, as well as division too.

**Support**

If you, as a parent are unsure of teaching have no fear. Kate Snow has a series of videos on YouTube. In these webinar videos, she will increase your confidence, which in turn will raise your kid’s confidence when you can answer their questions. Also, all of the Well-Trained Mind Press purchases include free product support if you were to have issues.

**What I love**

I love that both homeschooling families, as well as brick and mortar students, can learn quickly with the techniques that are taught here. I also am impressed that we can purchase the books in paperback, or online in PDF style. You know how we love digital curriculum! Parents will start to notice an improvement in just a few weeks, after using the *Math Facts that Stick* series.

**Purchase**

If you are ready to purchase the *Math Facts that Stick* for kid’s series, remember a few things. You can buy them individually, or as a series. Keep in mind that you will receive a discount right now if you purchase the set.

You also have the options to purchase the books individually, in both paperback and PDF format, which can be more economical.

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Looks like this would be very helpful!

Where was this post and those books when I was a kid struggling with math. This is SO great!

This is awesome! Looks like I have a new series to get my niece and nephew!

These books seem like a great, funway to learn math facts!

These look like they will be so helpful!

This is a great resource for children who struggled with math. I was that kid in school.

Math is important, even the basic one, so the books will be so helpful!

Great way to learn!

What fun books. Math facts are SO important – they make the rest of math much easier. When the kids were little, we’d throw random problems at them in the car over and over. They thought of it as a game and got pretty darn good at math at the same time. (me too – actually)

Always on the look out for new tools to share…new ways of learning and teaching. Thank you.

What a wonderful resource! I love that it is available in both paperback and pdf.

Great resource for families with kids, with lots of extras to help homeschooling parents in the teaching process.

Um…I completely can’t stand math! LOL. But this looks like a really helpful set and cool concept! I remember homeschooling my kids my goal was to do just this, get the math concepts and facts to stick! Awesome idea!

Math can be so difficult to understand and to teach, so this looks like a valuable resource!

Thank you for the resource! My kids are old enough yet, but once they are at preschool age I will totally start teaching them math using some of her programs!

Math is HUGE in this house!! All three of our boys love it more than chocolate, I think – lol!!! No seriously ~ math is important and I’m glad our boys enjoy it. Looks like this is a great series to help draw out the mathematician in others.

This look like a great series for teaching math! Very helpful for homeschooling.