Activities to help your child learn math at home
Would you like to help your child learn math at home? Maybe, like me, you’ve seen some of your child’s math work come home with a fair amount of red ink. When that happens I study her papers, talk to the teacher if necessary, and pull out a game or other fun activity. Playful learning is best after a day at school!
Find ten simple ways to teach your child about money at Little Wonders’ Days.
I love this big sticky hundreds chart to help kids learn to count and recognize numbers to 100 – learn about it at Coffee Cups and Crayons.
Need more counting practice? This post from KC Edventures shares 100 items to use to count to 100!
At our house, we used yarn to help the kids understand linear measurement.
Practice addition facts with this fun, active game from Life With Moore Babies.
Make these DIY Math Puzzles from Kids Activities Blog.
Visit Pragmatic Mom for tips for mastering those multiplication facts.
Trouble with division facts? Here’s a free printable game from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational!
Here’s another fun activity from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational – a dice roll game to teach the concepts of multiplication and area.
This Reading Mama shows you how to teach a variety of math skills with M & M’s!
Are fractions puzzling? Make this delicious monkey bread recipe and teach fractions at the same time! (from Waddlee-ah-chaa)
I LOVE this guest post at Teach Beside Me — you’ll find some great ideas for supplementing your child’s math curriculum at home.
Finally, don’t miss this fabulous round-up of math activities from Afterschool for Smartypants.
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