There are various homeschool math curriculum that you can use in your homeschooling. As for me, I use Mathletics and Khan Academy for my children. I find them really useful for us.
I use Mathletics for our homeschool math curriculum because I get a parent/teacher account and I can choose which curriculum I want to use. They offer a free trial to ensure you get the most out of Mathletics before you start. The curriculum is aligned to the curriculum where we live. Although initially it was based around the Australian curriculum, Mathletics has now broadened its student and teacher audiences to various other countries residing in Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East. It has adapted to those regions' various school curricula.
The multi-award winning Mathletics resource is packed full of learning content, and it has a host of extra games and activities for your child. It uses a path of study aligned to the curriculum you choose and you can even assign activities of your choice. Printable workbooks are also included which mean students can take a break from the screen and still learn. When we first started, I would usually download the workbooks and then I print it out for my children.
Weekly reports enable parents to follow through with the progress of their students. I especially love this part because I am able to check where my children are failing and excelling and so I am able to help them where they need it the most. One time my child was having difficulty with fractions. I was able to detect it because of the reports so I had to sit down with him so he can understand the concepts. We practiced over and over until he got it. It also happened with another child in division and in another child with algebra. I think Maths is quite easy for kids once they know the concept. For that, you need to practice with a lot of examples.
The Family Console in Mathletics enables parents to manage the progress of multiple children with a single parent account. The access is unlimited for the life of your subscription – plus adding subscriptions for other members of the family gives even greater value! As a parent/teacher, you can always login to your parent/teacher account and change the year level or curriculum of your child at any time, make your own lessons, etc. Mathletics is a comprehensive curriculum of content that meets the thorough standards home educators demand. The content is uniform to the student’s equivalent year in school, or can be easily changed to meet their mathematical ability.
You can download a Mathletics Family Console Guide Letter by searching for it on the internet.
Another tool I use for my children's homeschool math curriculum is Khan Academy.
Khan Academy's mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. You can learn and build a deep, solid understanding in math, science and more. It has personalized learning. Students can practice at their own pace by first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning later on. The content was created by experts. Khan Academy’s library of trusted practice and lessons covers math, science and many more.
Like Mathletics, it also has reports that you can get when you log in as a parent/teacher.