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## Podcast on Math Timeline

My publisher, Master Books, recently interviewed me for their podcast about the Big Book of Math. Check it out to learn more about the resource and how to use it–you might pick up a few nuggets from math’s history along the way!

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## Math Moment: Math & Astronomy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rR12Nz25ymQ Did you know that math helps us explore outer space, learning more about the vastness of God’s creation–and how perfectly designed earth is for life? Have you ever tried to count the stars? We can’t possibly count them all, but we can use math to estimate the number of stars. While there are different…

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## Math Moment: Math & the Human Body

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…

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## Math Moment: Math and Technology

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: We live in a society permitted with technology. From the time we wake up in the morning to the time we go to bed, we’re surrounded by technology…we’re using technology…we’re using products that were manufactured using technology…and most of the time we’re using it without even thinking about it. Yet it’s very existence…

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## Math, Electricity, & the Creator

I’m excited to have just finished the draft of a full-color, 8.5 in by 14 in by 15 ft math timeline, on which students will be able to watch math in action throughout history—and see how math points us to the Creator in the process. Below is a sneak peek into just a few of…

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## Don’t Lose Sight of Math’s Usefulness

It’s easy in anything we do to forget why we’re doing it. In math especially, it can be easy for students to lose sight of why they’re learning what they’re learning. As you head back to school this fall, remember to keep bringing math out of a textbook and showing its usefulness. Below are a…

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## 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…

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## 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…