Brick Math Curriculum for Parents/Homeschool
Your child can learn math at home with Brick Math. By modeling with bricks, students learn K  8th grade math. It's fun to learn math with Brick Math!
There are 13 different math subjects in Brick Math:


Typically, kids learn Counting, Addition, and Subtraction in K  2nd grade.
In grades 3  4, they learn Multiplication, Division, Basic Fractions, and Basic Measurement.
In grades 5  6, kids learn Fraction Multiplication, Fraction Division, Advanced Measurement and Geometry, and Decimals.
Curriculum in grades 7  8 typically includes Data and Statistics as well as PreAlgebra.
The materials are simple and inexpensive: each math subject has a Teacher Edition that guides you with complete lesson plans, plus a companion Student Edition that includes assessments and tracking. There is one Brick Set that works for the whole program. But if you already own lots of bricks, use them!
Brick Math really helps kids who are having trouble learning math. For example, if your child just isn't catching on to fractions, try Brick Math Basic Fractions, Fraction Multiplication, or Fraction Division. When your child can see and feel the math, it can make all the difference! Students who learn with Brick Math develop a real understanding of the concepts that are the foundation of true mathematical knowledge.
Read FAQs to learn more about Brick Math.
In grades 3  4, they learn Multiplication, Division, Basic Fractions, and Basic Measurement.
In grades 5  6, kids learn Fraction Multiplication, Fraction Division, Advanced Measurement and Geometry, and Decimals.
Curriculum in grades 7  8 typically includes Data and Statistics as well as PreAlgebra.
The materials are simple and inexpensive: each math subject has a Teacher Edition that guides you with complete lesson plans, plus a companion Student Edition that includes assessments and tracking. There is one Brick Set that works for the whole program. But if you already own lots of bricks, use them!
Brick Math really helps kids who are having trouble learning math. For example, if your child just isn't catching on to fractions, try Brick Math Basic Fractions, Fraction Multiplication, or Fraction Division. When your child can see and feel the math, it can make all the difference! Students who learn with Brick Math develop a real understanding of the concepts that are the foundation of true mathematical knowledge.
Read FAQs to learn more about Brick Math.
Brick Math makes learning math fun!