# USBORNE ILLUSTRATED MATH DICTIONARY

The Usborne Illustrated Dictionary of Math is the perfect complement to any math curriculum. Use it as reference material or to double check a math concept. Chock full of examples and illustrations, t... Read More

# THE BEST MATH BOOK FOR WALDORF EDUCATION | TEACHER RESOURCE | STEINER BOOKS

If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about how math is taught in Steiner schools (Waldorf education), this book will take you from conception to application. Teaching Mathematics in Rudolf... Read More

# HOW TO CELEBRATE PI DAY | MATH BOOKS, ACTIVITIES AND CRAFTS FOR PI DAY

What’s Pi Day? It’s the 14th day of March 3.14! It’s just a fun day to celebrate this amazing number. Do you even know how to find pi? It’s actually pretty easy to find, and we... Read More

# MATH CURRICULUM WORKBOOKS | MUST HAVE!!

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Key To math series are the only math books we ever buy. They are simple, student-led and environmental friendly! You read it right, they are environmental friendly. The workbooks contain about 45 page... Read More

# How to Make String Art | Homeschool Tutorial

You can make this string art as part of a geometry unit or Ancient Rome/Greece unit. We are using the book called “Classical Kids An Activity Guide to Life in Ancient Greece and Rome” by L... Read More

# Math Picture Books Worth Owning

We just finished our math unit and we used nearly all the math books below during our six week unit. The exceptions were the reference books at the bottom of this list. Here’s how this li... Read More

# How To Make The Five Regular Solids: Plato Glo Mobile Kit

We used the kit “Plato Glo Mobile” from http://www.rainbowresources.com to make sturdy three dimensional shapes. The five regular solids were discovered by Pythagoras and his Secret Brothe... Read More

# How to Make Three Dimensional Solids from Paper

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUc2cVKg5Es Watch as we make three dimensional ‘solids’ from paper. We used 90lb water color paper and our Silhouette Cameo to make the five regular ... Read More

# Geometry: How to Make a Hexagon and an Equilateral Triangle

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This short demonstration show how to construct a hexagon and an equilateral triangle using just string and straightedge, or in today’s terms a compass and a ruler. We are reading the book “... Read More

# How to Make the Perfect Square

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While reading “String, Straightedge and Shadow” by Julia Diggins, we came across a chapter on constructing a square using ‘string’ and ‘straightedge’. Watch as I sh... Read More