Switching to ShillerLearning Is Easy

Switching to ShillerLearning Is Easy

and Will Ensure No Gaps Are Left in Your Child's Foundation

Looking for a new homeschool math or language arts curriculum?


You just discovered personalized, multisensory homeschooling that will help your child reach his or her full potential and become lifelong learners.


One of the things you'll like most is the ease of use (especially when switching from another program) - there is no lesson prep for you. It is truly open and go.


With ShillerLearning homeschool math and English language arts curricula, you get the benefit of a Montessori-based approach without the many hours of preparation and $1000s invested in Montessori materials.

ShillerLearning curricula is a unique combination of spiral and mastery learning.

Students work to mastery at their pace within a spiral. They benefit from the variety of the spiral and seeing how concepts fit together, as well as being afforded the time and repetition needed to master important skills. It's the best of both worlds. When students pick up topics quickly, they move through at an accelerated pace and are not required to do 20 more worksheets that are not needed.


Switching to a new curriculum doesn't have to be confusing.

Not only do ShillerLearning kits save you money (one kit works for the whole family without even having to purchase replacement consumables), kits also make it easy to switch math and language arts without having to worry about leaving gaps in your child's knowledge foundation.


1. Open the book to the lesson. If your child already has some math or language arts knowledge, skip ahead to the first review test (the inside front cover of the book will show you where to find the tests in that book). If your child answers everything correctly, "Good job! Let's try the next test."

2. Leaving gaps sabotages tomorrow's success. If your child answers even one question wrong, you just spotted a crucial gap in the knowledge foundation that we want to fill. Simply do the list of lessons listed next to that test question. Then move onto the next test.

3. Have fun with multisensory lessons. Montessori introduces everything in the concrete using all four learning styles (visual, tactile, auditory, and kinesthetic). You may find that your child actually requests math - even when it's not a school day.


4. Utilize the tracking sheets to ensure mastery is occurring.


5. Enjoy your child's love of learning.


Multisensory lessons help students of all abilities reach their full potential.

Your kids will learn in ways they already love. They'll practice arithmetic while throwing a ball or experience math with manipulatives - see why things work they way they do.

They'll learn letters and sounds while playing with play-dough, listening to and acting out sound songs (there is a song for every letter of the alphabet), with a sensory tracing tray, and more .


Our methods are so effective at teaching that we guarantee they'll LOVE learning. Once you try our {sample lessons} and follow the approach, you may not be able to tell the difference when they are playing... and when they are focused on new math or language arts lessons.

In the process we also removed the burden of lesson prep from parents. Our lessons save you hours each week by being scripted. Finding consistency in your homeschool is easy when you have a simple-to-do plan every day.

All you need to do is pick the right kit for your child's age and subject below. We have math and language arts covered.

Take a look inside our kits to see what I mean. Remember my guarantee: they'll love learning in 30 days or your money back. All you have to lose is a few hours learning something the fun way.

See Inside Our Montessori-Based Kits


Proven Montessori-Based Curricula

- Designed for Homeschoolers

- Zero Lesson Preparation

- One Kit Serves Every Child in the Family

- Works for All Students

- Free Consumable Downloads with Kits


How ShillerLearning Works?

Learn new concepts using Montessori's proven Three Period Lesson.

Use all the senses (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile) to deeply understand the concept.

Apply new knowledge with puzzles, games, and multi-sensory activities

Prescriptive tests pinpoint holes and the lessons to fix them.