A few weeks ago, I visited a local historic home with my aunt, uncle, and cousins. Something I saw there sparked a little research and has resulted in this post : ). The chandelier hanging in the hall of the historic house was much too high to light easily using a ladder. But men had…

# Category: Resources

## Free Workshop Invite, Book Update, Math Information Online

Things have been piling up to post, so this post will contain quite a few different things. Free Workshop First off, I wanted to invite you all to attend a workshop this afternoon (Tuesday, March 18, 2008) at 1:00 p.m. CST I’ll be giving on teaching math biblically. You can attend right from your computers–and…

## The Golden Ratio – The Creator’s Mark Throughout His Creation

Updated 11/13/15 Some time ago, someone wrote and suggested I write something on the golden ratio. I hope to finally post something on the topic today (this post has been in progress now for QUITE some time). The “golden ratio” is a special name given to describe a ratio that seems to relate indirectly or…

## Table Math

“How many math concepts could you teach using just the objects on this table?” The question came from my brother. We had just finished eating dinner, and I was brainstorming with him about some decisions I needed to make regarding the layout and content of Unveiling Math. I looked at the objects on the table—our…

## Online Worksheets/Activities

Wanted to share with you all a math site I found the other day that offers a whole collection of free math worksheets on a variety of different math concepts. The worksheets are pretty much just paper drills, but those of you who are trying to assemble your own curriculum using an assortment of different…

## Going Back to the Source

I had read so many works on math’s history that I thought for sure I had learned all I needed to learn. But as I was trying to finalize a few concepts late last week, I realized that I needed to do more research. I needed to go back and read the original writings of…

## Practical Math Resources

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,…