Math can be fun and these math activities are designed to be fun while building math skills
We love art, learning and spending time out in nature so why not combine the three? Take our Nature Number Art Challenge and see what art your kids can create with natural objects.
Objectives: Counting, Number Correspondence
Teaching Coin Recognition and Coin Value for children in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade can be tricky. We have some activities that the kids will love and will make learning about coins so much easier!
Objectives: Coin recognition, Coin Value, Addition
Construct structures with cards while playing some fun counting games.
Objectives: Strategy, Counting, Designing
I was collecting bottle caps, for some yet to be determined projectu, when I started to think about going “back to school”. Then this activity danced right in and took a bow. I tried it out and realized that I had a winner – a fun way to practice math facts
Objectives: Numeral Recognition, Math Facts
Whenever I think of playing cards I get nostalgic. My grandparents were big on playing games, particularly card games and most often card games that they thought would teach us higher order thinking skills. Now that I am grown I also use cards to make a game out of learning math facts. My go to games are “War” (with a twist) and Casino.
Try extreme couponing by our rules.
Objectives: Math, money skills, adding, subtracting, multiplying, Fine motor, Reading, Social Awareness and Nutrition.
Learning math facts and timed tests can be stressful for some kids. This activity takes the stress away while it works on responding quickly.
Objectives:; Math Facts, Build quicker response time
An enjoyable way to incorporate gross motor with math skills.
Objective: Early math skills
This game is so fun that the kids will not even know that they are learning while playing.
Objectives: Number Recognition, Counting, Math Facts