Our four kids are all entering the third grade and we are trying different games that teach math skills to add an element of fun. We recently tried Where's Wilson, Graphing in the First Quadrant. This game supports state, national and common core standards for math. In order to play, you place the Octonimo Starting Board in the center of the table. The dominoes are … [Read more...]
Math Run-Makes Math Fun While Kids Run!
Sitting down doing math problems is not all that exciting for most kids. Add a little exercise and it gets more interesting. Our kids loved this activity. It is so easy to set up and really gets them moving. You will need: Sticky notes Pen (dark enough to read easily) A place to run This game can be played using whatever type of math your children are … [Read more...]
Math Patterning Game With a Blindfold
Our children enjoy creating patterns and have gotten pretty good at replicating patterns that they see. So, I decided to change it up a bit and see if they could replicate patterns by touch. They had a lot of fun with this game. Math Patterning Game With a Blindfold: You Will Need: An assortment of objects to create … [Read more...]
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Let’s Add to Ten-Kinder and Pre-K Math activity
There is something about kids and teddy bears. These furry friends take on a life of their own and are wonderful for pretend play and learning activities. This week, I did a take on the old teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around movement activity and made a teddy bear math rhyme instead. *This post contains affiliate … [Read more...]