Unschooling and math… how does that work? Do you worry about how your child would learn math if they were unschooled? We have so many resources to help you reframe how you look at math. This is a good starting place!

# Category: Math

## Unschooling and Math

Do you have reservations about how unschooled kids can learn math? Let’s talk about it!

## Michael’s Unschooling Math Path

Michael left school after 1st grade and never took another math class until college. Want to know what that path looked like? <

## Kids and Money!

Join the Creating Confidence group where guest speaker, Colleen Salchow, comes to speak about kids and money!

## Why Do We Resist Unschooling Math?

Helpful tips for getting over your own resistance to math!

## The Emotional Connection to Math

Pam Sorooshian poses some questions to see our emotional connection to math

## Unschooling, Math, Older Kids

Unschooling Q & A with Sue Patterson – “How DO older unschooled kids learn the math they need to know?”

## Reading Math

Pam Sorooshian shares books that are fun to read – about math!

## Are Boy Really Better than Girls at Math?

Pam Sorooshian, mom of three grown-up homeschooled daughters, was an economics and statistics college professor in Southern California. Now she spends her days hanging out with her grandchildren and playing games with friends and family. Math Myth Number 1: Males are naturally better at math than females. It is very easy to find evidence that Read More

## Creative Thinking in Math

Pam Sorooshian shares how we can think more creatively about mathematics.

## Games – Unschooling Favorites

Are you looking for some new game ideas? Maybe game-playing is kind of new for you? Many unschooling families play a lot of games. So we asked the members of the Unschooling Mom2Mom Radical Parenting group to share their favorites. Some people shared the ages of their children while a few gave some quick reasons Read More

## Embracing Minecraft

What’s up with Minecraft? And why are parents so worried about it? Let’s talk about it: “My kid is playing Minecraft All.The.Time!” Comments like this always make me start with some questions… Really? ALL the time? No karate practice, Shark Week on TV, Pizza with the fam? I don’t think it’s always. A lot? Maybe. Read More