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How to Use Homeschool Math Virtual Manipulatives: Fractions

free fractions interactive simulator for homeschool math

Today I’m sharing a great free homeschool and unschool math resource you probably haven’t heard of yet, the Fractions Intro Interactive Simulation by PhET. PhET (no that’s not a typo) is a Colorado based math and science virtual simulation company. They have some phenomenal math and science virtual interactive simulation resources you’ll definitely want to … Read more

How To Use Homeschool Virtual Math Manipulatives: Geoboards

Free homeschool math virtual geoboards

Hey, when you were in grade school did any of your teachers pull out those fun geoboards during math class? If you’re not even sure what geoboards are, no worries. I’ve got you covered on this one. Check out this brand new video I created recently showing your homeschool a comparison between the top TWO FREE virtual … Read more

Charlotte Mason Math Vs. Unschool Math

Charlotte Mason Vs. John Holt Unschool Math

Would you like to see my new video, Charlotte Mason Math Vs. Unschool Math? If you already use Charlotte Mason math and wish you could explore unschooling or already unschool and sometimes wish for a bit more structure, on either side of the coin, I think you’re going to enjoy this video and get some new … Read more

Homeschool Math Curriculum Comparison: Classical Education Vs. Unschool

HOMESCHOOL MATH CURRICULUM | Classical Education Vs. Unschool

Are you winter weary of the math curriculum blues? Have you thought more than once about switching up curriculum for math in hopes that it would inspire your kids to throw a party everytime they do math instead of water logging their latest math workbook with their tears? Have I got a fun homeschool math … Read more

How to Gameschool Language Arts

How To Gameschool Language Arts

Gameschooling Language Arts is pretty simple. You can start with board games you already might have on hand: think Scrabble, Mad Libs, Apples to Apples, Boulderdash, Trivia, to name a few, or ones not mentioned here that have Language Arts elements such as reading, writing, storytelling, listening, summarizing, and pretending. Watch my video below about … Read more

How To Gameschool The Classics

How To Gameschool The Classics

This week, I’m on the kick of Gameschooling. Why? It’s February. This is the season for spicing up the homeschool routine because the winter doldrums can hit most homeschoolers pretty hard with boredom, restlessness, stir craziness (if you’re cooped up inside), and curriculum burnout. It’s cold out for many of us in the Northern hemisphere. … Read more

How To Start Gameschooling

How To Start Gameschooling

During the fall of 2019, I did something crazy and way out of my comfort zone. I took a full-time job as a Pre-algebra teacher AND boarding house parent at the Arthur Morgan School (AMS) for middle schoolers in Burnsville, NC. It was one of my top most challenging years teaching ever. Not only were … Read more

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