Nicole the Math Lady offers engaging teaching videos and online grading services to make math simple and easy for you. Her animated teaching style turns the rigorous Saxon Math curriculum into something that’s fun and exciting for your child.
Nicole…has a casual, friendly, encouraging attitude that students are likely to enjoy. She includes her own techniques for remembering concepts—mnemonics, tricks, silly songs.Cathy Duffy, Cathy Duffy Reviews
I listened to my husband talk through simple probability with my daughter. As the frustration built, I gained access to the portal of glorious videos on Nicole the Math Lady. It was wonderful to have a third-party tutor step in and diffuse the moment of stress between teacher and student.Betsy Strauss, Family Style Schooling
She doesn’t make corny jokes or overly try to be funny. She just seems to have a naturally engaging personality that comes through in her videos. While she’s upbeat and engaging, she’s also quick and to the point. Another huge plus!Adrienne Bolton, The Mommy Mess
It will give you another tool to foster independence and give them the tools to succeed in math!Amy Lanham, Life as Lanhams
She has tips and tricks and mnemonic devices that make understanding complex math concepts a little easier. And, they make the lessons engaging for kids who don’t want to have to ask mom for help.Tara Mitchell, Embark on the Journey
If you’ve been homeschooling for a while, you’ve probably gotten the question, “What’s one thing you wish you would have known when you started homeschooling?” Well, here’s mine: Nicole the Math Lady.Alicia Hutchinson, AliciaHutchinson.com
Nicole has always loved teaching math! At the age of 10, she used her mini blackboard to teach math to her neighborhood friends. At the age of 16, she got her first real job as a math tutor for fellow students. Now, she teaches math to thousands of students each and every day. See why Nicole should be your Saxon Math teacher!
Nicole has always loved math! At the age of 10, she used her mini blackboard to teach math to her neighborhood friends for fun. At the age of 16, she got her first real job as a math tutor for fellow students. While a college student at Stanford University, she ran a tutoring program working with elementary kids at nearby underserved schools. Now, she teaches math to thousands of students each and every day. Here’s the story of how she became the Nicole the Math Lady.Meet Nicole