**You have heard me talk about living math over and over. I thought it was high time to organize ****all my living math resources for you in one convenient “table of contents” of sorts.
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## Start Here

If you’re new to the concept of living math or need some help refining your definition/vision, this post should be your first stop. What is living math?

## Go Here Next

If you’re ready to add living math to your homeschooling plans, *Loving Living Math* will give you all the how-to you information you need. Parents, it doesn’t matter how old your student is, anytime is a good time to add living math!

## Enjoy These Posts

Peruse my living math category of posts. In other words, you’ll have access to each and every post I’ve every written about living math. If this seems a tad overwhelming, you might skip on down to the next section where I’ve linked directly to some of my very favorite lesson ideas.

## A Few of My Very Favorite Lesson Ideas

Not only are these my favorites, but they’re yours, too! These are some of the most pinned living math posts that you won’t want to miss.

Living Math for Littles | Hands-On Standard Measurement |

Graphing with Paper Airplane | Logic is Living Math, too |

M&M Math | Candy Math |

Pumpkin Math | Valentine Math |

## Even More Lesson Ideas

I’ve rounded up more than 100 of the best living math lessons around the internet!

## Living Literature for Living Math

Add literature to math lessons. It makes learning more fun! Not to mention, books do a fabulous job of teaching for us.

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If you’re interested in my very top literature picks for math, you might check out these two posts:

## Pinteresting Living Math Ideas

I’ve pinned oodles of living math lesson ideas from all over the web on my living math Pinterest board. Don’t miss it!

Tammy Glaser says

Thanks for sharing your living math ideas with the Charlotte Mason blog carnival!

Michelle C. says

Great math resource! Love it!

Carla Allen says

Any tips on problem solving for living math? We use Math U See and there isn’t any practice sheets online for problem solving.

Cindy says

Carla, perhaps you’ll find a few useful ideas on my living math Pinterest board: http://www.pinterest.com/cindykwest/hs-living-math/

You can also do a Google search “problem solving activities for ___ grade”. I usually have great luck with a specific search for my grade level. 🙂

Jo says

I have a child struggling with multiplication facts. Any suggestions? There is so much out there. We us MUS and she does the drills, but is not making progress and getting so discouraged.

Cindy says

Jo, I know your struggle! Have you tried Times Tales? That has worked wonders with my boys. The stories that go along with the facts seem to really make sense for children who are visual and/or auditory learners especially.

Otherwise, my youngest (9) really likes when we play catch while practicing facts. He’s very kinesthetic. We put on the baseball gloves and take turns calling out facts and answering them as we throw the baseball.