Introducing the Japan Math Starter’s Pack for Homeschoolers

United States – 03-28-2019 ( — Japan Math Corp. has started offering the Homeschool Starter Pack for Kindergarten, making the firm’s globally recognized Primary Math International Curriculum available for the first time to homeschoolers in the U.S. The Homeschool Starter’s Pack for Kindergarten is available on the Japan Math Corp. website and on Amazon, and is available in both English and Spanish language versions.    

The Homeschool Starter’s Pack includes the Lesson Book, Workbook and Japan Math Block Sets.  A special 20% discount will be offered to early adopters of the Starter’s Pack until June 30, 2019, and they will also receive the Teacher’s Guide ($10 value) for free.Primary Math International uses a 4-step approach to learning – Try, Understand, Apply, Master – which aims to foster a deep understanding of math concepts. It focuses on problem solving, encouraging students to try problems and find solutions on their own, with support and guidance from the teachers. Priority is placed on developing the student’s ability to think for themselves, while making sure that they have thoroughly understood the fundamental concepts.Japan has been consistently ranked among the top countries internationally for academic performance in mathematics. Japan Math Corp. has been helping students in Japan excel in mathematics through their proven approach for over 80 years.To learn more about the Primary Math International curriculum and the Homeschool Starter’s Pack, visit

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