Natural Math courses invite parents, teachers, and children to make their own mathematics. Each page has sample activities you can check out, download, and try with your children.
One week daily, live online, math camp that is a fun way to learn about linear algebra and Cartesian geometry: matrices, graphing, coordinates, and more!
Ongoing “Yes, And…” Improving Math Play with Improv – for teachers, parents, and math circle leaders
No matter your situation or past math experiences, you can learn the skill of effectively leading children while letting them make their own math. It may seem unusual, but acting improvisation can help us become more comfortable with open, playful, friendly mathematics!
Multiplication is our most requested course topic. This course is self-paced, organized into three themes: calculus, algebra, and number sense.
We love to read notes from participants explaining why they join, so here are a few:
We give you lots of ideas for adapting them for younger (ages 3-5) and older (13+ ) children. A single activity can take you as little as 10 minutes or as long as a couple of hours, depending on how much your child and you get into it.
Multiplication Explorers invites you to master holistic approach to learning multiplication. Memorization based on smart number patterns is a part of it. The course also includes bridges between multiplication and natural world, as well as links to many virtual and imaginary worlds in books, music, technology, art, and games.
Ongoing MidSchool Math Digital Toolset
MidSchool Math (MSM) is a company founded by Scott Laidlaw, a veteran math teacher. The company began with Ko’s Journey, and has since added an entire set of online games and tools for math teachers. Each product is based on research and practical teacher experience, which means your child will have access to proven, powerful math learning in context!
In the past, the MSM toolset was only available to teachers. Natural Math also made it available to individuals. You can give your children the opportunity to move beyond rote memory and to learn math in context. Choose between several exciting, interactive, playful math tools.