Make learning math fun for kindergarten age kids with these fun math games and activities.
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Here are some fun ways to teach math to kindergarten age kids.
This all-in-one kit makes teaching kids to recognize numbers, count, problem solve, and so much more as they are introduced to concepts such as addition, subtraction, even multiplication, and division with math puzzles, math activity guides, and math flash cards.
I love this math shower curtain! Not only will it bring some fun to bath time, but it can be use for countless games as kids gain math fluency with practice.
There are countless ways to use the math shower curtain; personally I would play twister based on answer, water balloon with mat curtain, and so many more! But just in case you need some ideas, it comes with 100 activity cards.
Teach your children about math through these classic stories!
Kids will learn basic mathematics in a simple, fun, easy-to-understand method using children’s rhymes and stories.
This is a wonderful, gentle introduction to math.
This pack is filled with printables to help kids learn to tell time, distance, count money, measurement, graphs, and more.
Use as work stations, math centers, independent practice, or extra reinforcement.
These worksheets and activities are aligned with Common Core!
This popular math series teaches kids everything they need to know for elementary math is a fun, unique way that appeals to kids.
Fred solves his way out of math-y real life problems your kids learn the solutions too. Exercises continue this pattern of solving with stories so your kids never lose interest!
One shopper said: “These books are so fun, even I was staying up late at night reading them! They’re a really great way to do Math. I’ve never seen anything like them!”