Ready to get started using the That’s Math! membership site for parents? Here is the shortest route to get you started. You can also use That’s Math! as a reference tool.
Click on any of the “Join Now” buttons. This will take you to the ClickBank site where you can sign up.
2. Go to your Homeroom.
Once you sign up, you’ll be taken to your Homeroom. Look for the Homeroom logo anytime you need to switch areas or change your user settings or profile.
3. Choose an area.
From the Homeroom, you can choose the area of That’s Math! you’d like to head to. Currently there are four areas:
- Grocery Store
4. Choose a module.
Each area has five modules. These are roughly focused on various items or sub-areas inside the main area.
For example, the Bathroom has Tiles, Bottles, Lights, Towels and Shelves. The Outdoors has Garden, Furniture, Playground, Walkways and Yard.
5. Click on Introduction.
Click on the “Introduction” link for the module. This will start you off.
Work through the module with either the “Next” and “Previous” buttons or The Map at the bottom of each lesson.
6. Leave comments and photos.
That’s Math! is a learning community for parents – which means your participation is a huge part of the program.
At each step along the way, you can comment on where and how you SEE MATH, the words you use to SAY MATH and your experiences while you DO MATH with your children.
You can even insert photos of what you saw or how your children worked!
7. Bounce around or work straight through.
There are many ways to navigate within That’s Math!
a. Navigation Buttons
The navigation bar can be found on the left of each lesson/exercise. It looks like this:
b. Bottom “Next” Button
At the bottom of each lesson/exercise is a convenient link that takes you to the next exercise in the flow. Below is a screenshot example:
c. Module Map
Each lesson or exercise has this map – it helps you know where you are and what’s next. This is “The Map” for the Walkways module (located in the Outdoors area):
d. Module Links
Under “The Map”, there are links to the other modules in the current area.
Use That’s Math! as a quick reference tool.
Suppose your seven year old comes home complaining that he doesn’t “get” the division that he learned today. You don’t have time to wade through a gazillion different lessons in That’s Math! to find things to say about division.
Head to the glossary. It’s more than just a stack of easy to understand definitions. It’s also a list of all the places you can find each term.
And if what you need to talk about isn’t there – contact us. We’ll quickly help you AND put your math term on the list to incorporate in the next area of That’s Math!