UnLock Math, Inc.

Bring An Amazing Math Teacher Into Your Home!
Online homeschool math program with LIVE math help & tutoring.

UnLock Math ends the math struggle once and for all!
Your child will be exclaiming, “AHA! Now I get it!”
Taught by Alesia Blackwood, homeschool mom & high school math teacher, UnLock Math video tutorials clearly explain math concepts so that students understand the “why” and “how”.

It’s like students are in a virtual classroom, one-on-one with a masterful math teacher.

UnLock Math provides engaging instruction, unlimited practice, unlimited review, immediate feedback with completely worked solutions after each question, numerous question types, live teacher help, and much more. Since 2014 we have served a broad range of students, from those with special needs requiring modification to advanced students. Keeping all learners appropriately challenged and engaged.

Our instruction videos are engaging and break math into easy to understand “bite-size” chunks that explain WHY, not just HOW. Students gain deeper understanding of math concepts through our unique process combining clear instruction with our Advanced Assessment system.
Voted #1 online math curriculum for the past 5 years in nationwide surveys of homeschool families, this is the online math curriculum that checks ALL your dream curriculum boxes!

For grades 6-12, including a Math Foundations course combining all foundational math concepts needed to begin Pre-Algebra in one course.

UnLock Math takes care of everything, Teaching, Assessment, Grading, AND Extra Help! Try our 14 day free trial today, no credit card needed. Learn more at unlockmath.com



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Curriculum Review

Unlock Math Foundations Curriculum Review


General Information


  • Curriculum Developer – Unlock Math
  • Website Link
  • Free Trial
  • Grade Level Scope: Upper elementary, Middle School/Junior High, High School
  • Subject Covered: Math
  • Cost Range: $50 – $100
  • Free Supplemental Downloads
  • Format: Online product with downloadable & printable content
  • Religious content: No

Basic Features


  • Methodology: Online, Self-Study
  • Learning Styles Utilized: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Verbal
  • Intelligences Utilized: Logic, Pictures, Words, and Contemplation
  • Teaching Styles Utilized: Scripts, Videos, Spiral, Progressive steps, Mastery, and Independent Work
  • Common Core: Yes
  • Accredited: No
  • Teacher Helps: Detailed teacher helps

Product Description 


  • Font Size: Larger than average
  • Pictures: Lots of colorful pictures
  • Binding: Virtual
  • Lessons Included: Approximately 100
  • Intended Curriculum Usage Length: 1 year



  • Amount of Handwriting Required: Average
  • Possible Assistive Technology Modifications: Typing
  • Executive Functioning Concerns: None
  • Average Length of Lessons: 5 to 10 minute videos
  • Concentration Level Required: More than average
  • Modifiable by Lengthening Out Lessons: Average
  • Language complexity: Less than average

Specific Disabilities 


  • Videos used for concept teaching
  • Number blocks used for visualization of concepts

SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback

What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?

Well thought out and designed, standards based, carefully constructed online learning platform that gives immediate feedback for every question and allows self pacing and/or skipping of skills already known as well as continual repetition and review of concepts previously learned. It allows review of concepts that are not understood and It offers a way for parents to move their child through skills at the child’s pace with clearly taught manageable lessons containing reasonable amounts of practice items per lesson. Online chat and or phone chat is available as a student works through lessons as well.

What was the one thing that parents of children with learning needs should be aware of when looking into this program?

They do not have built in text to speech and speech to text options for children with those kinds of challenges. Also a student must be able to do basic typing to fill in answers and read basic math words in order to answer the math questions.