Often, math and art are seen as opposites: structure and the lack thereof. At the intersection of the two, however, lies quilting: an art form that is inherently mathematical. Families can...

By exploring number systems, families can help children to solidify their own understanding of the numerals and place value of our own familiar base ten number system. From binary code and...

An age-old skill, knitting provides us with some of our most treasured warm clothes. Learning the art of knitting can not only help to provide warmth, but...

Can't decide what to have for dinner? Flip a coin! It's totally reliable, right? Well - maybe not. Families can participate in some mathematically fascinating citizen science by flipping state-themed quarters...

Have you ever tried to guess how many pieces of pasta were in a bag, or how many pieces of cereal fell into your bowl? Our ability to estimate amounts...

Have you ever thought to measure your family's consumption of things not in pounds, gallons, or grams, but in terms of children, cats, or pebbles? Exploring statistics becomes more interesting...