As part of an iHomeschool Network series in January 2014, we’re sharing how our radical unschooling family “teaches” – or, really, learns – language arts, math, science, history and fine arts. Today, find out how math – yes, even algebra – happens in our lives.
Using a new math and science online tutoring program, Uzinggo, has been a good way to expand our resource library, especially in chemistry, so that we can dig deeper into the topics Sarah’s passionate about (more than we could on our own) and also get quick explanations of the things that she’d rather not spend much time on!
We don’t do grade levels. We don’t do textbooks. Here’s our unschooling plan for what we might do in what is something like our “eighth-grade” year.
Our Tuesday series of quotes by great mathematicians and scientists continues with a reminder about knowledge.
In a new series on Unschool Rules, every Tuesday, we’re going to feature thought-provoking quotes by great mathematicians and scientists to inspire your family’s learning explorations.
It’s not such a bad thing if all your kids want to do is play video games. Here’s a look at how we use them in our family to promote math skills and mathematical thinking.
We don’t do grade levels. We don’t do textbooks. Here’s our radical unschooling 7th grade-ish plan, heavy on travel, movies, books and fun.
Want to help your homeschooler learn about math as it appears in the real world? Here’s a great list of resources – compiled by a math major!
Real-world examples of math are everywhere. Here’s a look at how mathematics factors into your favorite sports.
Real-world math shows up almost everywhere. Here’s a look at how managing your money really works – including cost per use and more.