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Bob Hazen

Bob Hazen


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Bob Hazen can be reached via email at bhazen@integrityonline31.com or via the internet at his homepage of algebraforkids.com or via groundmail at 1484 Canfield, St. Paul, MN 55108.


Homeschooling Articles by Bob Hazen

Elementary Math Part 1 Bob Hazen explains how to have fun and success teaching math.

Elementary Math Part 2 How skip-count songs can make all of elementary math much easier.

Elementary Math Part 3 Rectangle magic and more!

Why Manipulatives are Not Enough Bob Hazen shows us seven ways to translate math into real life.

Lies, Part I: The Importance of Consistent Verbalizations Why three and five does not make eight.

Lies, Part II

Lies, Part III Don't get fractured over fractions.

Thinking Fractions, Part 2 More ways to teach those pesky fractions.

Math Games in the Curriculum Math games can make learning fun.

Math Games, Part 2 Would you rather play games or do flashcard drills?

From Donald Duck to Flatland The fun side of math books.

The Equal Sign: Symbol, Name, Meaning What does "=" mean?

Primes, Part I Using higher math to teach arithmetic.

Primes, Part II What you never knew about the Sieve of Eratosthenes. Division practice with a difference!

Time4Learning Spanish For You

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