Interior Angles of a Triangle

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This quick and easy projects demonstrates how the interior angles of a triangle equal 180 degrees. All you need is a piece of paper and a pair of scissors. We are using a Waldorf curriculum from http:... Read More

Geometry: Creating Organic Shapes with Triangles

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How can you shape a curved image from triangles? Watch this video to find out. We cut small triangles out of watercolored paper and turned it into a beautiful organic image that resembles a fern or dr... Read More

Geometry: Degrees of a Circle

While working with our Waldorf curriculum from http://www.live-education.com we decided to do the project on “Angles and Degrees” three different ways. We’ll do this project with wat... Read More

Geometry: Symmetry with Triangles

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Today we are making symmetrical images using triangles. We are using a Waldorf curriculum from http://www.live-education.com Other materials used for this project: watercolor paper, spray adhesive, wa... Read More

Geometry: Triangles from Intersecting Lines

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Today we are making triangles from intersecting lines. We’ll only color in the triangles formed and leave the other shapes blank. We are using a Waldorf curriculum from Live-Education. http://ww... Read More

Math Games: Equate

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I think math games are a fun and educational way to learn, review or practice math. I have an assortment of math games in our homeschool room and Equate is fast becoming one of our favorites. I’... Read More

Six Division of a Circle: Geometry

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While reading the book “String, Straightedge, and Shadow” by Julia E. Diggins, we came across the chapter that explains the six-part division of a circle and we decided to recreate ... Read More

Math Card Games: 24

Ever wanted to add math games to your curriculum but didn’t want to spend the time finding them or learning how to play them? Today, I’ll show you how to play 24 primer, 24 Integer, 24 Fra... Read More

How to Make & Play Math Games

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Tribulation is a math game from the 1980’s and though you may not be able to find it anymore, I can show you how to make one of your own. To make this game you’ll need to make 49 tiles wit... Read More

Math Games: Set

I love to add math games to our curriculum and today I want to show you how to play one of my favorite card games. SET was introduced to me years ago by a good friend and we have been hooked ever sinc... Read More