Category Archives for "Biblical Math Blog"

Mar 14

Now Available: Elementary and High School Math Curriculum

By kate [loop] hannon | Biblical Math Blog , Curriculum Reviews

Looking for a math curriculum for your elementary students that is easy to use, teaches math as a real-life tool, AND encourage students spiritually through explorations of God’s creation and character-building stories? How about an algebra and geometry course that shows students why they’re learning what they’re learning? I’m excited to announce that we’re now […]

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Feb 23

Why, Oh, Why Must I Learn Math?

By kate [loop] hannon | Biblical Math Blog , Counting , Geometry , Percents , Practical Ideas

I recently asked some folks this question: What are you/your children’s biggest struggles in math? The responses varied (stay tuned for others in future blogs), but several voiced the same struggle: why. Knowing why you need to learn something certainly doesn’t seem like too much to expect. It’s actually a very reasonable question. As Alfred […]

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Aug 10

Back-to-School Math Encouragement and Free Resources

By kate [loop] hannon | Biblical Math Blog , Biblical Math Resources , Encouragement , Fractions , Geometry , Math in Action , Percents , Practical Ideas

It’s the time of year again where many of you may be heading back to school after a summer break. Here are some free resources to help encourage/equip you to teach math from a biblical worldview as you go. Free Transforming Math Video – Watch this 18-minute video to get a glimpse into how biblical […]

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