Interactive Arithmetic Lessons and Practice

Teaching Multiplication

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Math Project: Measure the Earth on the Equinox

The goal of the Noon Day Project is to have students measure the circumference of the earth using a method that was first used by Eratosthenes over 2000 years ago. Students at various sites around the world will measure shadows cast by a meter stick and compare their results. From this data students will be able to calculate the circumference of the earth.

A great teacher resource for math helps and info. (no games)

Last night i set up my twitter account for this project.  Follow me if you may be my first follow...hehe!  There are alot of homeschoolers on Twitter as well as lots of helpful, quick information.  Anyway, i came across a wonderful home school mom who shared a great link.  Wow!  Sometimes, when our children aren't "getting" it when we try to explain things, it is good for them to hear it in another way, from a fresh source.  It has an exercise dashboard, video library, and more.  This is That source.  Check it out!
and thier wonderful vids...

Like you, I am always searching for resources to jazz up my curriculum. well, the other night, I hit a motherlode!
It is called Ellen McHenry's Basement Workshop. There are fun, hands-on creative ideas from latin to science. We had a great time with the Brain Hemisphere Hat!