Have you ever wondered what math has to do with music, language, art, history, and science? The math classic “The Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe” by Michael S. Schneider provides a refreshing change from text books and math programs. It teaches "all things denote there is a Supreme Creator" (Alma 30:44). What can you learn with about life, our world and the universe with a compass, straightedge and pencil? Come be inspired by a new look at everyday things.
Christine Brame is the mother of two wonderful daughters ages 14 and 9. She graduated from BYU with a degree in Child Development. After serving a mission for the church in Venezuela-Caracas she went back to school and earned her degree in education from U-MD, College Park, then taught in a bilingual school in East Los Angeles. Finally, she earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree at USC. She adopted two daughters from China and began home schooling. Besides watching her children grow and develop, she enjoys field trips, reading, art, music, beautiful buildings and spaces, and symbolism