From the mailbag:

"Dear Mama Bear,

My 14 year old did pretty poorly in Algebra. What can I give him to help him learn?"

Sincerely,

Mark from Brookyn

Dear MiB,

## oOo, if there's anything that makes MamaBear's heart sing with joy and glee, it's Math!

Coffee too, mind you, but Math is just plain glorious!

**Got a couple hours? I could regale you with lots of ideas!**

But I'll give you some simple ones first.

First, go to the Free Algebra Tutor Ms. Lindquist! I used that a lot when introducing HD1 to Algebra. It's quite barebones but very useful indeed!

Next, get thee hence to:

- Algebra Homework Help
- Algebra Help
- Algebra Basics (interactive!)
- Interactive Math

- Interactive Algebra Games

That should definitely help.

## But does your kid even wonder why he has to learn algebra?

If so, point him to:

Remember though…

**Giving resources, of course, isn't enough.
**

You have to follow up with him and make sure he's doing the work required!

And that means…

## You need to go over the resources yourself and craft an algebra math learning/study program for your kid.

Sure, it might take some time and effort, but let me tell you…it's *definitely* worthwhile!

And if you'd like some video help…

And of course…

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Thus speaks…MamaBear