VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Our bodies are remarkable. We can eat, see, move, smell, and so much more. We’re clearly incredibly designed! But when we use math to see how our bodies work, we get a deeper appreciation for how amazingly God knit us together. https://youtu.be/STqqgX35Yuk Notice that a child’s head is bigger in comparison to the…

# Category: Algebra

## Math, Electricity, & the Creator

## Math, Christmas Lights, & the Creator

Watching Christmas light shows has become a holiday tradition for many. But few stop to think of all the math that goes into these spectacular displays. Strands per Outlet or Lights per Circuit When hanging a lot of lights, you want to make sure you don’t blow a circuit! Bonfe offers this formula to help…

## Math, Fireflies, Light Bulbs, and the Creator’s Design

Many of us have been fascinated at one time or another by tiny lights dotting the backyard on summer nights. Fireflies, lightning bugs, or whatever you call them are fascinating to watch…and perhaps try to catch. What many don’t stop to think about, however, is how amazingly designed these creatures are. Light Bulbs To better…

## Einstein’s Birthday and Pi Day

March 14, or 3/14, was both Einstein’s birthday and is also known as Pi Day, as the irrational number Pi (π) starts 3.14. There are a lot of different ways you can use the day to build a biblical worldview of math in your upper elementary (or students who’ve learned about decimals) through high school…

## Math, Baseball, and a Reminder to Praise

## New Algebra 1 eCourse

I’m excited to have just finished an eCourse to go alongside Jacob’s Elementary Algebra! The course, which is now available as part of the Master Book’s Academy, brings in the biblical worldview of math, presents the concepts, walks through examples, and more, offering an easy transition from Principles into high school math. Learn more and…

## Answering the Why Behind Math: Responding to Gracie Cunningham

## Math, the Coronavirus, and the Savior

## Math at the Aquarium

My husband and I recently visited the Georgia Aquarium, and I was struck by how much math is used in caring for and describing the characteristics of sea creatures. Below are a couple of examples. I’ve tried to word them as actual problems for different ages. I hope you enjoy working through them with your…