Math for Kids 2017-05-11T07:10:13+00:00

Math Activities for Kids

 

Pirate Treasure Greater Than Less Than Activity

Some math concepts are more difficult for kids to grasp than others. That's why it's so important to provide them with fun hands-on ways to practice! This free pirate treasure greater than less than activity is perfect for kindergarten and first grade math centers, [...]

Write and Wipe Math Cards | Bobbing for Apples

Make your own bobbing for apples math game using these free write and wipe math cards. Great for use practicing math facts, sight words, spelling, and more! *This post contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy. With summer coming to an end [...]

Gumdrop Graphs | Candy Math

This week we did a very simple math activity as part of our special Gumdrop STEM blog hop. My kids are currently five and two years old, respectively, so I wanted to do a simple home learning activity without too many tricky parts. Luckily for [...]

The Ultimate Guide to Early STEM Education

*This post contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy. "Scientists and children belong together because they are the best learners in the universe." The Scientist in the Crib: What Early Learning Tells Us About the Mind We want our kids to get [...]

Build Your Own Cafe | Money Math Practice

Practice money math by setting up your own store or restaurant! Great practice with money math, counting change, adding, subtracting, and store etiquette. *This post contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy. One of my five-year-old's favorite things to do is to [...]

Spirograph | Math Fun for Kids

*This post contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy. Kids learn by playing. I had a pediatrician turn to my oldest son when he was four and tell him, "Your most important job is to play, OK?" As kids play their brains pick [...]

LEGO Math | Place Value

*This post contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy. We love playing with LEGO at our house. My son asks for new LEGO sets for every birthday and Christmas and then builds and rebuilds his creations during quiet time. I have recently harnessed [...]

Candy Math and Science

Sometimes we end up with way more candy than I want my kids eating. Luckily, candy isn't just for eating anymore! Using the fantastic ideas below you can now use candy to do kitchen science experiments, build complex structures, and play candy math games! [...]