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“