How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies – Hexagons Part IV

How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies - Hexagons

Have you ever considered the wonder and beauty of the honeybee’s honeycomb structure? Just look at the beautiful honeycomb below.My professor in college used to say, “busier than bees and wax.” Can anyone be truly as busy as drones building their community’s honeycomb? Yes! Homeschool parents! They’re all made up of, you guessed it from the … Read more How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies – Hexagons Part IV

How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies – Circular Patterns Part III

How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies

Looking for circular patterns in nature is an easy yet intriguing activity. They can be found just about everywhere you could look in your backyard. Why start in your backyard first, or wherever you are? It’s for simple convenience sake. In this post, I invite you and your children to do a treasure hunt of … Read more How to Create Rich and Engaging Math Unit Studies – Circular Patterns Part III

How to Create Rich and Engaging Homeschool Math Unit Studies – Part II

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Creating rich, engaging math themed unit studies can be incredibly gratifying to you as a homeschool parent curriculum creator and inspiring for your learner’s experience across the curriculum. In part I of this series, I introduced you to the famed yet mysterious Golden ratio and Fibonacci numbers found in art, architecture, and nature. I’m not going … Read more How to Create Rich and Engaging Homeschool Math Unit Studies – Part II

How to Create Rich and Engaging Homeschool Math Unit Studies – Part I

Much of modern mathematics curriculum treats math as a separate subject from the rest of academics. I don’t kid you when I say that math can become the most exciting, hands-on, integrative subject in your homeschool. Setting up various math and science (notice I added in science next to math) learning centers around your house, can … Read more How to Create Rich and Engaging Homeschool Math Unit Studies – Part I

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