Practical Math Resources

By kate loop | Biblical Math Blog

Sep 15

I’ve recently found out about a few practical math resources, and I thought I’d share them with you in case you might find them helpful.

1. http://www.livingmath.net/. This website looked like it had a lot of fun and helpful ideas on integrating math into everyday life.

2. Math on the Level. This new homeschool curriculum, although it doesn’t attempt to present a biblical world view towards math, it does a great job teaching math from real-life settings. It’s format was also very unique and more flexible/easy to modify than others I have seen. I posted my thoughts on https://www.christianperspective.net/math/reviews

3. Arithmetic for Parents. This book by Israeli math teacher Ron Aharoni came recommended to me, and I’ve been enjoying reading it. The book offers a lot of practical ideas about how to teach various concepts as useful tools. It’s available at http://www.sumizdat.org/.

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After having her own view of math transformed, Katherine has been researching, writing, and speaking on a biblical worldview of math for more than a decade. Her books on math and a biblical worldview have been used by individuals, homeschool groups, and Christian schools and colleges, and she recently finished a junior high math curriculum. Receive her free Math from a Biblical Worldview e-mail course at www.mathisnotneutral.com

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Sally September 25, 2007

Hi, I came to your site from a link at HomeSchoolBlogger. Just wanted to give you another math site to look at, http://www.doubledivision.org. I posted about it here: http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/diamondsintherough/394062/
Thanks for the tips!
Sally

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We just wanted to let you know about our web site for K-12 math students and educators. We feature the entire K-12 curriculum and are asking everyone to let us know anything we are missing, so our math teachers can have a complete curriculum. Check it out:

http://www.mathworksheetscenter.com

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Katherine August 16, 2008

Thank you for letting us know about this website. I’ve posted a blog sharing some general thoughts.

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