### 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

### Chalk Drawing: Geometric Shapes

As part of our Waldorf geometry unit, we are learning how to create shapes by shading them from the periphery, from the center and from intersecting lines. Join me as I make three chalk drawing to acc... Read More

### Unity Study: Math

It’s time for a new unit! This time I take you through the process of putting together a math unit. I’m working on a geometry unit and a basic math unit. My default curriculum is always a ... Read More

### How to do a Unit Study: Ancient Rome

Join me as I put together our Ancient Rome unit study. You’ll get great tips on putting together unit studies in general while you view books specifically for our Ancient Rome unit. I like to co... Read More

### How to Make Roman Armor

We continue our Ancient Roman unit study with this suit of armor we made using cardboard and fabric. We used flat pieces of cardboard which we spray painted with Rustoleum Hammered Metal paint to give... Read More

### Ancient Rome Excavation

For our Ancient Rome unit, the kids excavated a Roman sundial, bowl and vase. The project took about a week to complete. The product called “Dig, Discover and Display” can be found at http... Read More

### Homeschool Astronomy Project: Galileo

For our astronomy unit we made these interactive books. We read the book “Along came Galileo” by Jeanne Bendick. We recreated the demonstrations Galileo made in the 1600’s: dr... Read More

### Tutorial: Making Roman Maps with Watercolor Pencils

Today we continued our map making project using the stencil we cut using our Silhouette Cameo. My 8th grader traced the map and filled it in with Koh-i-Noor watercolor pencils available from Dick Blic... Read More