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With a lifetime pass you get **FOUR** Passwords, you can get them together or separately.

Note: there are free lessons and videos you will find useful on almost all of the "entry" pages for the password protected pages below. Just click the links below for short **FREE** lessons

**Lifetime Passwords** are just that...you get a pass for a lifetime. Pay once and you are good, forever. Come back as often as you like. Watch vids, download PDFs. You get all my passwords to get through all my pay walls all for one low price...currently that takes 4 passwords. When you purchase the LIFETIME you get it all.

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**Sitewide. **

__ Sitewide:__ this is the password that gets you the most bang for the buck. It's the password that gets you into the most pages. It gets you into all of these pages (and more):

Completing The Square: This page takes from the very basic starting with young children through all the various lessons you need to make this part of the algebra easy and understandable. I will also give you quite a bit regarding square numbers, square roots, dividing by two, squaring numbers that end in 5 and other basic foundational concepts that make math EZ and fun. This link takes you to the "start" of it, beginning with the FREE page.

Advanced Algebra: This page show how to do negative expressions and integers as well as graphing polynomials, some story problems and more. Shows little kids doing "advanced" math. The point is not that they are geniuses the point is if they can do it you can do it and learn how o show your kids too. There is NO PLACE else you will find 5 and 6 year olds factoring problems like x² - x - 6 or 8 year olds factoring third and fourth power polynomials and HAVING FUN DOING IT. They ask for it. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/homeschool-math-advanced-algebra-entry-page.html

Percentages:This page is great because it makes percentages so easy. Problems like 12 is what percent of 40? Or 49 is 70% of what number? Are super easy once you can see what you are doing. This page is priceless because the knowledge you find on it is contained nowhere else on the internet that I've seen. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Percentages-With-Base-Ten-Blocks-Entry.html

Problem Solving. This page makes problem solving child's play; also introduces systems of equations using "Ten Apples Up On Top". Problems like 3x - 2 = 2x + 5 are explained in detail.

http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/PPPS-Entry.html

Sample Lessons: This page alone is worth the whole price. Not just theory but theory in practice you get to see me "do it," unrehearsed on the fly with real live students of all ages and abilities. As one little girl recently said, "it's WAY more fun when you are doing it, than just watching videos." This is why we say math is NOT a spectator sport. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Sample-Lessons-Entry.html

Sample Lessons with Sarah: Speaking of theory in practice, here is a page of vids with me working with an autistic girl. You see some of the actual lessons that got her to pass her GED and ACT Compass test. We should be very thankful to Sarah and her mom for giving me permission to use these. "Maybe another autistic person like me will see it and they will know math is easy too because they saw me. Yeah?" I have been told this is an invaluable resource because it shows how to break concepts down so simply that her autism isn't a barrier and at times can actually be an advantage. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Sarahs-Entry-Page.html

DBoyz playing with math. Example isn't *a* way to teach. It's *THE ONLY *way to teach. At Crewton Ramone's House of Math I don't show you how theory...I show you how. You too can tailor lessons for you kids that make learning math fun easy and personalized for your child. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Dboyz-Entry-Page.html

Raymond's Page. More sample lessons with another student. This a bright young student. By now it should start to ecome clear the concepts are the same and so are some of the lessons...the more you see theory in practice the easier it will be to practice the theory with you own students and get stellar results. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Raymonds-Entry-Page.html

Emma's Page: This child was labeled, they wanted to introduce drugs. As Far as I could tell she was a normal child who was just bored to tears in school. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Emma.html

Functions & Relationships This is a pdf of one of the old out of print Series A manuals. Clears up a lot of issues students have with pre-calculus concepts and shows you how to do some basic water tank and constant rate problems with a half hour video. Again, nobody is showing you how to do this kind of math with the ten and under crowd. **NOBODY**. http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/Series-A-Manual-Functions-And-Relationships.html

This is NOT a complete list, explore and discover--find a couple of Easter Eggs for yourself. When in doubt use your sitewide password. If it doesn't work, email me for the new one but make sure you aren't on one of the three pages below first.

****Side note:* there are Free videos and training which you will find valuable on all of these pages.

**SCREENCASTS**: Here are two pages many people overlook. One has over 70 FREE screencasts and the Password Protected Screencast Page on has another 23 vids which equates to more than 4 hours more training via screencast. All are short video lessons, usually less than 10 minutes long, (none of them more than 15 minutes long) so you can do it in bite size pieces. http://screencast-o-matic.com/channels/cXV10bV2S

**TEST PAGE:** Here is a test page to see if you have the right password:

http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/password-test.html

This Trig page ALONE is worth the entire cost of a lifetime password...I have heard that many times now. Getting people to comment and write testimonials is like pulling teeth. The fact that I have so many in and of itself should be a clue to some of you. Please go back and leave comments good bad or indifferent on these pages so people can see it's not just me.http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/trigonometry-with-base-ten-blocks-entry.html

I have another Trig page, "How to teach trig to eight year olds" that has gotten quite a few hits that you can buy by itself if you want, but it is included when you buy a Lifetime Pass. See below.

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**Parent Teacher Training.**

__ Parent Teacher Training: __This Password alone is worth the price all by itself. You get hours of video training along with Pdfs to go with. This year I will be adding transcripts of these trainings too. As people who got in back when there was just one password for 100 bucks have found, once you get a Lifetime Pass the benefits keep coming. If

You can also purchase ANNUAL passes for JUST the Sitewide or JUST the Parent Teacher Training, or both. ANNUAL passes are good for one year only. I have found that quite a few people convert from annual to lifetime...and NO, you don't get credit toward the Lifetime if you already bought an annual.

Bonus Pages: III EZ PZ OVERVIEW &IV HOW TO TEACH TRIG TO AN EIGHT YEAR OLD

As an added Bonus to those who get lifetime passes I have so far made **TWO BONUS** pages. The EZ PZ overview that comes with what looks like a complicated flow chart, but actually it's EZPZ lemon squeezee, hence the name and the Trig to Eight Year Olds Page which helps make trig child's play...because math is child's play. Even trig.

The EZ PZ Page goes along with the P/T training and gives you an Bird's Eye overview of how the method works and what to be doing with your students and children. It also gives you an idea of when to introduce what and ideas on how to make learning 45 addends and 400 math facts as painless as possible...in fact move from painless to FUN.

The Trig To Eight year old page breaks down basic trig functions like SIN, COS and TAN and make them concrete and understandable. Finding angles and sides is easy when you can get you hands on it and understand what the words mean and what the questions are asking. Actual lessons show you how to show your kids (or yourself) how easy trig can be.

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**Bonus Pages: **

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**EZ PZ OVERVIEW **

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**IV HOW TO TEACH TRIG TO AN EIGHT YEAR OLD**

As an added Bonus to those who get lifetime passes I have so far made **TWO BONUS**
pages. The EZ PZ overview that comes with what looks like a
complicated flow chart, but actually it's EZPZ lemon squeezee, hence the
name and the Trig to Eight Year Olds Page which helps make trig child's play...because math is child's play. Even trig.

The EZ PZ Page goes along with the P/T training and gives you an Bird's Eye overview of how the method works and what to be doing with your students and children. It also gives you an idea of when to introduce what and ideas on how to make learning 45 addends and 400 math facts as painless as possible...in fact move from painless to FUN.

The Trig To Eight year old page breaks down basic trig functions like SIN, COS and TAN and make them concrete and understandable. Finding angles and sides is easy when you can get you hands on it and understand what the words mean and what the questions are asking. Actual lessons show you how to show your kids (or yourself) how easy trig can be.

*"But there is another reason for the high repute of mathematics: it is mathematics that offers the exact natural sciences a certain measure of security which, without mathematics, they could not attain." ~Albert Einstein*

*"Life is good for only two things, discovering mathematics and teaching mathematics." ~Siméon Poisson*

*“The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics.” ~Paul Halmos*

*"Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music." —Bertrand Russell*

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*Note: from time to time the passwords change. Simply e-mail me for a new one or a new passport as the case may be. Annual passes are good for one year, lifetime passes are good for as long as the site remains up, (site has been up for eight years now). All single page passwords have lifetime renewal. *

Sitewide Password Has Changed as of 14FEB2017.

Training Password Has Changed as of 14FEB2017.

EZPZ & Trig to 8 year olds passwords have changed as of 14FEB2017.

NO MORE LIFETIME PASSES. NO MORE SUBSCRIPTIONS.

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Most bang for your buck is a Sitewide or AP2 Sitewide plus Teacher Training.

Remember these are only good for 1 year.