Rachel TiddNov 194 minHoliday Gift GuideAdd a little math goodness to your holiday gifts this year! I love sneaking some math into my children's play and our family life with to...

Rachel TiddSep 302 minReading Resources for my 7 year oldHere is my resource list for some current things I am doing with my 7-year-old mostly for reading. My oldest and youngest are very differ...

Rachel TiddSep 211 minFavorite Language arts gamesHere are some of our favorite language arts games. There are a couple not pictured that I linked below as well. I love to use games as ex...

Rachel TiddSep 181 minFavorite Upper Elementary Math GamesHere are just a few of our favorite Math games for grades 4-5! Math Stacks Integers https://amzn.to/3i3IOqh (they also have 1 and 2 step...

Rachel TiddSep 121 minUpper Elementary Writing ResourcesHere are some of the writing resources we are using this year for my oldest child. Some are some we have used for a while (all about spel...

Rachel TiddSep 72 minHistory, Science, and other Favorite Homeschool Resources!In honor of the September back to school season here in the states. Here are some of our favorite resources that we are using currently! ...

Rachel TiddSep 61 minFavorite Math Games for Grades 2-3This is the second in a series of posts I am doing about some of our favorite math games and homeschool resources. You can find the first...

Rachel TiddSep 21 minFavorite Math Games for Grades K-1Here is a round-up of some of our favorite math board games for grades K-1! I love games as an alternative to worksheets for practicing m...

Rachel TiddApr 71 minWild Math Monthly Planning SheetHere is a helpful planning sheet you can use to plan Wild Math! This sheet can be used with all grade levels of Wild Math. It also includ...

Rachel TiddApr 71 minMaking a six-sided flower with a compass!Here is a video of my son, Finn explaining how to make a six-sided flower using a compass. He has a crocus as an example of a six-sided f...

Rachel TiddMay 3, 20193 minPlanning Wild MathI get a lot of questions on how to plan out your year using wild math and what a day might look like. Here is a great example of one way ...

Rachel TiddJan 26, 20191 minVideo Review of Wild Math First Grade by Blossom and Root!Kristina over at Blossom and Root has been Using Wild Math with her daughters. She also recommends Wild Math to be used in conjunction wi...

Rachel TiddMay 13, 20181 minMath Scavenger HuntsMath scavenger hunts are such a great way to integrate math fact practice and learning outside! They are also super simple! One of my fav...

Rachel TiddMay 11, 20181 minSymmetry in Spring!All the new leaves and flowers blooming makes Spring a great time to look at symmetry. I love giving the children scissors and having the...

Rachel TiddMay 2, 20181 minOutdoor Yahtzee Style Dice Game for First GradeThis is a great little game that you can play outside with giant lawn dice! My boys love throwing these big dice! Using your large muscle...

Rachel TiddApr 12, 20183 minMaking And Using Place Value SticksWe have recently been enjoying learning and playing with these place value sticks! They are super easy and cheap to make, which in my boo...

Rachel TiddApr 7, 20182 minDIY Giant Hundred ChartI recommend making a cloth one hundred chart in all of Wild Math Curriculum Guides for Grades K-3. There are so many activities and games...

Rachel TiddMar 29, 20183 minEncouraging Math Play“In a 2007 study, Greg Duncan, an economist and education professor at the University of California, Irvine, and his colleagues used six ...

Rachel TiddMar 23, 20181 minNumber HuntThe other day my youngest (almost 5) had a number hunt while we were playing at our local children’s garden. The idea of a number hunt is...

Rachel TiddMar 17, 20183 min9 Ways To Bring Nature InsideMarch has been the snowiest of the winter so far here in upstate NY! We have at least 18 inches of snow on the ground. While snow is very...