Keep your child learning math while school is closed.
Brick Math uses LEGO® bricks to model math problems, so math is FUN! Kids love learning with Brick Math!
There are 11 different K6th grade math subjects in Brick Math: Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Basic Fractions, Basic Measurement, Fraction Multiplication, Fraction Division, Decimals, and Advanced Measurement and Geometry. Typically, in K  2nd grade, kids learn Counting, Addition, and Subtraction. 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. You can choose any Brick Math subject and start with lessons in whatever your kids were learning before school was closed.
The materials are simple and inexpensive: for each math subject, there a Teacher Guide with complete lesson plans for you to use to guide your child. Plus, there is a companion Student Workbook for each subject that includes assessments to be sure your child is learning the math, and tracking to help you see your child's progress. There is one Brick Set that works for the whole program. But if you already own lots of LEGO® bricks, use them!
Brick Math is a great complement to whatever math program your child has been using in school. Building math models with LEGO® bricks brings fun and creativity to learning. And studies have shown that students who learn with Brick Math develop a real understanding of the concepts that are the foundation of true mathematical knowledge.
There are 11 different K6th grade math subjects in Brick Math: Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Basic Fractions, Basic Measurement, Fraction Multiplication, Fraction Division, Decimals, and Advanced Measurement and Geometry. Typically, in K  2nd grade, kids learn Counting, Addition, and Subtraction. 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. You can choose any Brick Math subject and start with lessons in whatever your kids were learning before school was closed.
The materials are simple and inexpensive: for each math subject, there a Teacher Guide with complete lesson plans for you to use to guide your child. Plus, there is a companion Student Workbook for each subject that includes assessments to be sure your child is learning the math, and tracking to help you see your child's progress. There is one Brick Set that works for the whole program. But if you already own lots of LEGO® bricks, use them!
Brick Math is a great complement to whatever math program your child has been using in school. Building math models with LEGO® bricks brings fun and creativity to learning. And studies have shown that students who learn with Brick Math develop a real understanding of the concepts that are the foundation of true mathematical knowledge.
Video Lessons
The lessons in each Teacher Edition are easy to teach and stepbystep. Watch a few short Brick Math lesson videos to get started if you'd like to see how the methods work. There are lots of video lessons available here for you and your child to watch!
All About Brick Math

Getting Started with Brick Math

Introduction to the Brick Math program

Tips to help you start using Brick Math

Lesson uses bricks to introduce the concept of numbers and values
from Counting and Cardinality 
Lesson teaches how to add fractions with like denominators
from Basic Fractions 
What you need to start using Brick Math:
For each math subject, you'll need one Teacher Edition for you to use, plus one Student Edition for your child to write in. The brick set has all the bricks you need, organized in a divided plastic storage box with two baseplates, but if you already have plenty of bricks and don't mind sorting them, you can use your own! You'll find the list of bricks needed in every book (it's the same for the whole program).
"I finally understand math.
I can see it!" Student 
"Great in a homeschool situation."
Pat Hensley, SUCCESSFUL TEACHING Blog 
"Why doesn't everyone learn multiplication this way?"
Student 
Easy to teach. Fun to learn.
No special training is needed for parents to begin teaching with Brick Math at home. The Teacher Editions include all the information need to guide students through the stepbystep lessons.
Use the Teacher Edition for any of the eleven math subjects. Start with the Part 1: Show Them How section of each chapter. Build the brick models, show them to your child, and discuss the math as directed.
Have your child build the same models, then draw those models and answer the questions in the companion Student Edition.
Once your student has mastered Part 1, move to the Part 2: Show What You Know section of the chapter. Have your child complete each of the problems, first by modeling with bricks and then drawing their models in the companion Student Edition.
Once your student has mastered Part 1, move to the Part 2: Show What You Know section of the chapter. Have your child complete each of the problems, first by modeling with bricks and then drawing their models in the companion Student Edition.
Check that your child is building the models correctly and understanding the math.
Tracking Progress and Assessing Learning
The Student Editions include: an Assessment for every chapter to be sure your child has learned the material, a chart to track your child's progress, and extra problems for practice and challenge.
Brick Sets
Brick Math Brick Sets are specially designed for the program. The 250 LEGO®compatible bricks are packaged in sturdy divided storage boxes and are the right number and size bricks for every math subject in the Brick Math program. The Brick Sets works for one or two students. Two baseplates are included with each Brick Math brick set.
Each Brick Math chapter lists the exact bricks you'll need for the lessons in that chapter. Each book includes a total brick inventory that lists all the bricks suggested for the program. You may already have plenty of LEGO® or compatible bricks at home to use with Brick Math! 
Tips for Working with Brick Math
 Before starting Brick Math, have a conversation with your child about using bricks as a learning tool rather than a toy.
 Teach your child the language of bricks (baseplate, stud, 1x1, 1x2, etc.).
 To sanitize bricks, put them in a hosiery bag and wash them on the top rack of the dishwasher. Let them air dry.
ResearchBased
Brick Math was developed by Dr. Shirley Disseler, Assistant Professor at High Point University. She is the foremost expert in the US on learning math with LEGO® bricks. The Brick Math method is based on theories of Constructionism and brain research. Numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of teaching math using manipulatives to incorporate a handson style. Brick Math builds on this body of research by using LEGO® bricks as the manipulative, adding elements of creativity and enjoyment to learning math.