Since my publishing house opened its online store last month, I’ve been busy stocking the shelves with printable math activities for all ages.

It’s a fun collection of low- or no-prep ideas for playing math with your kids.

And it’s still growing. I’m pouring through old notes of my favorite projects from years of playing math with the kids in our math clubs and homeschool co-op enrichment classes, looking for ideas.

Someday, I hope to combine these books into a creative math “uncurriculum” for homeschoolers. Stay tuned to this blog for more news about that. Eventually…

### Which One Will You Try?

We’ve made a few of the guides free: the first two *Geometric Coloring Designs* books, and the beautiful sample games from my Math You Can Play Kickstarter project.

For the rest, we’ve kept our prices as low as possible to fit struggling family budgets — less than a cup of coffee at my favorite cafe, back when we could still go out for a sweet, creamy cuppa.

Just go to our online store and click the “Printable Activity Guides” button to check out all the mathy fun.

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Here are all the books we’ve posted so far.

**Free Books:**

- Geometric Coloring Designs 1: Doodling with Shapes
- Geometric Coloring Designs 2: Create Your Own Art
- Math You Can Play Sample Games: Playful Math from Preschool to Prealgebra

**Math Art:**

- Geometric Coloring Designs 3: Isometric Drafting
- Geometric Coloring Designs 4: Islamic Patterns
- Geometric Coloring Designs 5: Advanced Tessellations
- Star Polygons: A Math Art Project
- Prime Factor Art: Playing with Multiplication

**Games and Puzzles:**

- Launch It: Nim Games for All Ages
- Skyscrapers: A Hands-On Logic Puzzle for Kids
- Diffy Inception: Subtraction Puzzles with Whole Numbers
- Diffy Inception: Subtraction Puzzles with Fractions, Decimals
- Diffy Inception: Subtraction Puzzles with Integers
- Diffy Inception Bundle: Subtraction Puzzles from Primary Math to Prealgebra

**Problem-Solving Skills:**

- The Gerrymander Project: Math in the World of Politics
- Join the Math Rebellion: Creative Problem-Solving Tips for Adventurous Students

My eventual goal is to have enough