### What unschooling math looks like for my family and other unschooling families.

Kristen Iannicca

Discover unique and engaging methods to teach math through the unschooling approach. Explore ideas that make learning math fun, practical, and relevant for your child's education.

What unschooling math looks like for my family and other unschooling families.

Kristen Iannicca

How do you #unschoolmath? You can #homeschoolmath using real life and some hands-on tools that encourage math application and understanding, not just memorization.

Geodessee Print Shop

Interested in what unschooling math can look like? I share how our family does math and the resources we enjoyed along the way.

Cadie Binns

Learning math CONCEPTS will give kids better success when they're older and want to take more abstract classes in math. They'll have life experiences to hook

Joshua Jourdain

Inside: Can you really homeschool math without curriculum? That's what we've been doing in our homeschool for years, and my kids love math (well, one won't fully admit that, but I know she does). Learn

Tessa Curtis

As part of an iHomeschool Network series, we're sharing how unschooling math - yes, even algebra - happens in our family of life learners.

Josh Sondra

There are so many ways to explore homeschool math without a curriculum, it just takes some ideas and a bit of thought. Here are 10 simple tips to get you started exploring math a bit deeper in your

Bethany Ishee | Homeschool Mom | Homeschooling Blogger

Unschooling – Page 2 – The Realistic Homeschool Mama

Lori Moss

My daughter Sophie hasn't done any formal maths since she was about 9 or 10 years old. But she does know a lot about this subject. She's been learning maths in a different way. Several years ago, I said to Sophie, "I’m thinking about making a podcast about unschool maths. Do you have anything to

Liberty Goddard

Is it possible to teach homeschool math without a textbook? Can your students really learn math by reading books, playing games, and engaging in real life activities? Come find out about living math!

Cathe Douglas