*majority*of math curricula was faith-based.

That was back in the "dark ages" of homeschooling, of course, so things have come a long way since then. Thankfully, there are now plenty of secular math choices, and I have begun putting together a listing of them which I'll share with you below. I am positive I have missed some of your favorites, though, so please, as you did with the language arts article last week, chime in with comments about programs that you have used, or just know of, that are secular.

ALEKS | Arithmetic Village | Art of Problem Solving |

Calvert Math | Chalk Dust Math | Developmental Mathematics |

Excel Math | Journey through Waldorf Math | Khan Academy Math |

Life of Fred | Math in Focus (Singapore) | Math Mammoth |

Math on the Level | MCP Mathematics | MEP Math |

Miquon Math | Moving with Math | Power Basics |

Earlybird Math/Primary Math (Singapore) | Progress in Mathematics (Sadlier) | RightStart Math |

Saxon Math | Shiller Math | Spectrum Math |

The Teaching Company | Teaching Textbooks | Thinkwell Math |

YourTeacher.com | Videotext |

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