Over the years I’ve written up quite a number of blog posts about the math activities we do homeschooling. Here is an easy index to the posts.

Origami math:

Minecraft Math:

- Minecraft math: cloning and fill
- Minecraft math: Sugarcanes
- Minecraft math: negative exponents (and stairbuilding)
- Minecraft math: power rails
- Minecraft math: automatic castle building

Math books:

- nonstandard units of measurement in children’s books
- Number Devil, Lion’s Share and One Grain of Rice
- math curriculum for homeschooling
- Resources for learning about exponents

Many more math ideas:

- Triangular math
- Dominos, triangular numbers, multiplies of three and negative dominos
- Learning about exponents
- Visually exploring negative exponents and fractions
- logarithms for young children and how to make a slide rule
- golden ratio activities
- making a golden ratio gauge
- playing with ratios
- activities for learning about angles
- angles of polygons
- string games and mathematics
- 5 reasons to make a set of Napiers Bones
- k’nex math
- lego math
- balloon math
- math pictures
- a math activity for three different ages
- Exploring Probability
- visually exploring multiples
- L Systems Coding with Kids

Math Teacher’s at Play blog carnival:

My list of games (including lots of math games) are on my game index. And if you want you can browse through just blog posts tagged with “mathematics“

Thanks for sharing this, Christy! I am going to try some of these. Especially, the Minecraft Math!

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