I usually stick with literacy posts, but this week there were so many math activities for kids that jumped out at me. Today, I’d like to feature some of them!
Mothers Madness shares some great ways to use bottle caps for math!
iGame Mom shares some really great math apps for kids of all learning ages.
These snowman math games from Sugar Ants are fun to play with younger elementary kids, but can be adapted for older ones, too!
I love how Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational’s math game ties right in with the winter Olympics!
I like how simple 3 Dinosaur’s post is using roses. Math doesn’t have to cost a fortune to teach. You can use items you have, seasonal or every day, and integrate math right in!
Last week, I took a stab at a math activity with m&m candies. They were a HUGE hit in our house.The Educators’ Spin On It Afterschool for Smarty Pants Boy Mama Teacher Mama Coffee Cups and Crayons Little Wonders’ Days Mama Smiles Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational The Measured Mom This Reading Mama What Do We Do All Day
Now it’s your turn! We would love to have you link up your School-Age Post (Ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school time including Crafts, Activities, Playtime and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after their day at school, homeschool or on the weekend!
Link up your After School Activities, Crafts and Adventures for ELEMENTARY-AGED CHILDREN ONLY please! We’d love to see them!
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A lot fun math learning ideas! Thanks for putting them together, and thanks for sharing iGameMom’s math app lists.