Category Archives for "Biblical Math Blog"

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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Jun 07

Math eCourse Coming Soon

By kate [loop] hannon | Biblical Math Blog , Biblical Math Resources , Curriculum Reviews , Helpful Math Resources , Math Book Progress , Resources , Teaching Resources

Well, it’s finally public: I’m working on an eCourse to go alongside Principles of Mathematics: Book 1. The eCourse will feature a short video to go with every lesson in the textbook. The videos will walk through the material covered in the curriculum, making it a perfect supplement for auditory or visual learners, or any […]

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Mar 31

Math Curriculum Has Arrived

By kate [loop] hannon | Biblical Math Blog , Curriculum Reviews , Math Book Progress , Resources , Teaching Resources

The second book in Principles of Mathematics series is now complete! I’m super excited, not only because it is done, but also because it’s my hope that this material will help students see God’s handiwork in mathematics and realize to a deeper level what an amazing, faithful God we serve. Many students (myself included years […]

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