Math For Me C

Math For Me: Level C is a workbook for second graders. They will learn:

  • 2 digit addition and subtraction 
  • Place value to hundred thousands
  • Bar graphs 
  • Time to de minute
  • Fractions
  • Carrying to ten thousands
  • Subtraction with borrowing
  • Multiplication tables to 5
  • Division tables to 5
  • Roman numerals to 1,000
  • Etc 

I made this workbook so my child would have less worksheets to answer and more time for playing educational games. I hope it works for your child, too.

Find it on Amazon 

Pdf form: teacherspayteachers




Matemáticas Para Mí: Nivel D

Matemáticas para mi Nivel D es un libro de ejercicios para niños de tercer grado.
Los niños parenderán:

  • Valor posicional hasta miles
  • Sumas y restas
  • Leer el reloj
  • tablas de multiplicar y de división
  • numeros romanos
  • multiplicación y división de varios digitos
  • problemas
  • mayor que, menor que e igual que
  • encontrar el valor descoconocido en una ecuación
  • problemas con paréntesis
  • fracciones
  • entre otras cosas

Descargalo aquí:

Matemáticas D

Matemáticas Para Mí C

Matemáticas para mi Nivel C es un libro de ejercicios para niños de segundo grado.
Los niños parenderán:

  • sumas y restas de 2 digitos
  • valor posicional hasta centenas de millares
  • gráficas de barra
  • La hora hasta el minuto
  • fracciones
  • sumas hasta las decenas de millar
  • restas de 3 digitos
  • tablas de multiplicar hasta 5
  • tablas de división hasta 5
  • numeros romanos hasta 1,000

Descargalo aquí: matematicas C


Matemáticas Para Mí B

Este es un libro de ejercicios de matemáticas dirigido para niños de 1er grado, o de 6 a 7 años.
En estos ejercicios aprenderan a:

  • contar del 1 al 1000
  • contar de 1 en 1, de 2 en 2, de 3 en 3, de 5 en 5 y de 10 en 10
  • Sumar y restar hasta el número 13
  • usar gráficas
  • resolver problemas
  • valor posicional hasta las centenas
  • a leer la hora hasta los 5 minutos
  • fracciones
  • Sumas y restas de 2 y 3 digitos
  • Números romanos hasta el 10
  • introduccion a la multiplicación

Descargalo aquí: matematicas b

Math For Me: A and B

Update: I’m getting the math books updated. Math For Me: Level B can now be found on amazon.

This homeschool year I have decided to take a differen approach. I bought a lot of math games to make it fun. But with all the games I didn´t want to get a curriculum with lots of worksheets for the kids to fill in. And then I got an idea: I could make my own math curriculum.

Since I didn´t have enough time to make a math curriculum for each of my children I started with the youngest.

Level A is for  4-5 year old kids. It has 33 worksheets, that is enough workheests for this age group, enough to save as proof that they´ve being learning. The days we won’t be doing a worksheet we will play a math game.

Your child will learn basic math concepts like counting from 1 to 100, skip conting by 2´s and 10´s, and basic addittion and subtraction.

Find it on

Pdf form: teacherspayteachers

If this isn´t enough for your child you could use it as an introduction for level B.

Level B is for first graders. Your child will learn:

  •  Counting and writing numbers from 1 to 1000
  • Counting by 1s, 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s
  • Addition/Subtraction families to 13
  • Bar graphs
  • Story problems
  • Place value to hundreds
  • Pictographs
  • Time to the hour, to the half hour and to the quarter hour, and to five minutes
  • Fractions
  • Introduction to two and three digit addition/subtraction
  • Roman numerals to 10
  • Concept of multiplication
  • Graphing with tallies

Find it on amazon

Pdf form: teacherspayteachers

I hope these workbooks can bless you.


The girl that doesn’t attend school

I’m so excited to show you the book I’ve been working on.

The Girl That Doesn´t Attend School: La Niña Que No Va a La Escuela

The girl who doesn’t attend school was inspired by my own children, kids who don’t attend school. Have you notice there isn’t  a lot of books about homeschoolers?

This book is one of Emma’s week of homeschool.

I hope your homeschoolers can enjoy it.



You can find it here:

print copy:


La niña que no va a la escuela

Estoy muy emocionada de presentarles el libro en el que estuve trabajando por un tiempo.

The Girl That Doesn´t Attend School: La Niña Que No Va a La Escuela

La niña que no va a la escuela está inspirado en mis propios niños, niños que no van a la escuela. ¿Se han fijado que casi no hay libros de niños que hagan escuela en casa?

Este libro muestra una semana en la vida de la pequeña Emma. Haciendo escuela en casa, y aprendiendo a donde quiera que va.

Espero sus niños que no van a la escuela lo disfruten.



Lo puedes encontrar aquí:




Vegetarian Meal Prep -week 1-

Hello everyone. This is my first time trying to meal prep for a week (or five days).

Almost 2 years ago I became vegetarian, but my husband and children aren’t vegetarian. As a result I have to cook 2 different meals a lot of the time, one for them and one for me, so I thought I could save time if I meal prep my food.


Sunday morning I prepped oatmeal in jars (I love mason jars), oatmeal, almond milk, peanut butter and banana.


Before going to church I put black beans and garbanzo beans in my crockpot. When I came back they where ready.

I divided the beans in three different Tupperwares, and added canned corn and tomato. 

If you cooked more beans than needed you can freeze them and use them later. 

In the evening I cooked spinach and mushrooms, very simple, and some rice.

I just needed two more meals and my five days worth of lunches would be ready.

I don’t want to meal prep for dinner because we eat together and it always is a vegetarian meal.

So that is it for this week, pretty simple and fast. 



Gameschooling Math

This year I really wanted to make our homeschool fun, and what is the best way of making something fun than using games?

How is this going to look for us? More games, less worksheets!!!

Math is one of our favorite subjects and the easiest to find games for. So I bought a few board games, and a curriculum to use as a guide.

For my soon to be 7 year old son I bought a beka arithmetic 3, but instead of buying the workbook I decided to buy only the test book, this way I can reduce worksheets to work on, but still have an idea of the things he “needs” to learn. For my soon to be 6 year old daughter I bought Math 2 from Easy Peasy. She did Math 1 this past year and love it so she’ll continue with this awesome curriculum, we might skip some worksheets and do games instead.

Since I have 2 kids one year apart, I decided to do Math together, especially using games, this way they can learn concepts together and my son may review some concepts from 2nd grade, even my 3 year old girl can join the fun with my help.

So, I bought A beka Arithmetic 3 Test book, EP Math 2 workbook, but what games are we using? We got

  • I have… who has…? Math 2 Grades 2-3
  • Money bags
  • Bingo Multiplication and Division
  • Farkle
  • Sequence Numbers

I’ve made a lesson plan to get an idea of what they will be learning and which games we can use, and I want to share it with you.

It has been divided by weeks and days, 2nd and 3rd grade together, and above their work some games the both them can play. If you don’t have the same ones you can use similar games, it is just a guide for you and me. There is also links to some printable games.

Download gameschooling math.

I hope it can bless someone.