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Contemplations: A Homeschooler's Journal (Dot Grid Notebook with Coloring Pages) Paperback – March 12, 2017
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About the Author
Denise Gaskins is a veteran homeschooling mother of five who has taught or tutored at every level from preschool to undergraduate physics. She loves math, and she delights in sharing that love with young people. "Math is not just rules and rote memory," Denise says. "Math is like ice cream, with more flavors than you can imagine. And if all you ever do is textbook math, that's like eating broccoli-flavored ice cream!"
As author of the popular blog Let's Play Math, Denise helps parents and teachers open their students' eyes to the variety and richness of mathematics. Her articles and books explore the adventure of learning math as a playful mental game.
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I chose the homeschoolers version over the other versions of the journal because I will probably use it to observe and document my kiddo's homeschooling project work and learning so I wanted the quotes most related to that purpose. However, I'm not sure how I will like the dot paper for that purpose (while I think it would be perfect in a math journal). My hope is that it will encourage me to be more visual/graphic in my journaling. Also, I do like the covers better for all of the other versions. This is the least mathematical image and has kind of a new agey vibe that is not my favorite.
If I turn out to really love it when I start using it, I'll come back and adjust my rating!