Man, homeschooling has got me feeling all types of ways. Stressed ✔️ scared ✔️ overwhelmed ✔️✔️ but I’d be lying if I wasn’t a little excited (like the eensiest, let’s not go overboard here) 😬

This is a unique opportunity to be involved in the kid’s learning at a deeper level, including more choice over the how, the where, and the when. For me, that means adding in more nature, outdoor, and place-based learning.
One of the resources I’m excited to use this fall is the WildMath Curriculum.

From Kindergarten to Grade 5, WildMath integrates the outdoors and natural materials in math education!
Math and I have never been friends, (full disclosure: I hate it.), so it was important for me to find a way to teach that didn’t feel like a dreaded task.

It was so simple to add this Array Hunt to our afternoon walk! Not only was the walk more fun, but it introduced a new math concept to my soon-to-be 2nd grader!

And right now they’re running a fall planning sale! Get 15% off your entire order with the code “mathoutside”! Use this link to find out more about the WildMath curriculum ➡️