Hello everyone, my nephew is finding difficult in math pre-calcus. So we are planning to home school him from now. Can anyone advice with a good homeschooling site that has both math video lectures and practice exercises you can print?
Khan academy isn’t a “homeschooling” dedicated site (so far as I’ve ever known), but it is a gold-standard for free online instruction. The times I’ve utilized it as a precalculus / trigonometry teacher I’ve always been impressed.
I’m pretty sure Dave doesn’t care whether it’s a homeschooling site. But I could be wrong.
Teaching Textbooks is a complete math curriculum with both video lectures and workbook. Their website is teachingtextbooks.com. Not sure what level/grade they go up to. It is not cheep…I just paid $150 for grade 7 math.
I would recommend Lernsys homeschooling academic video courses, as I was able to get my children learn using www.lernsys.com. They have got very amazing videos. I am not sure if stills works, but heard that its supposed to be 40% off. You may check it out with them.
Khan Academy is great. I second it. I also know lots of people who have been happy with Teaching Textbooks.