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...Does your child like cereal? Explore numbers with everyday objects and food with this fun counting activity. Introduce preschool children to addition using cereal...
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... hand-eye coordination while building his math skills. He'll get some good addition practice in as he tosses balls into the egg cartons and adds up his score. The...
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... addition (with decimals!) and remembering that certain coins have specific values. Help your child become a master money-counter with this simple...
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...Weaving baskets has never been easier or more fun than this paper bowl version. In addition to looking great and being useful, these crafty baskets will help kids...
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... grade, math, 2nd grade, math game, math card game, fraction game, adding fractions, addition, addition game, fraction activity, second grade fraction game, second grade fraction activity...
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... counting and addition practice, but also stretching your child's vocabulary and spelling skills. What You Need: One or more players Pen and paper for...
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... family? How much money would you spend eating dinner out every day in one week? Help him compare this to your weekly grocery expenses. In addition to a math...
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...This eggshell mosaic activity will let kids create a mosaic flowerpot that is sure to be a beautiful addition to any garden. Create a unique gift that is as useful...
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.... Help her write math equations on the left side of the paper. Create at least 4 basic addition problems for her to solve.  Encourage her to count the...
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... – 2 = 5 – 2 (Write “- 2 “ on both sides in red.) n = 3 2) Practice a one-step subtraction equation this way. Show: n – 3 = 6...
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... subtraction, ask her each day to figure out how many days are left until Santa arrives. Note: These trees are great for honing sorting skills and...
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... way for family members to help your child solve a "weighty" problem. Okay, checking addition problems can be boring. Solving a math problem twice can be tedious. But...
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...Now that your second grader has addition under his belt, it's a good time to try comparing numbers. Inject some fun into the lesson by playing the number sentence...
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... cards, make cards for basic addition facts such as 2 +3 =, 2 + 2 =, 1 + 3 =, etc. Your child will find the quantity that completes each addition fact! kindergarten math, kindergarten number, one to one correspondence, kindergarten math activity...
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...This green, white and red flag makes a festive addition to any Cinco de Mayo celebration, while developing your child's fine motor skills and ability to work...
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... pennies for 6, 7, 8, and 9 o’clock, then switch to a dime, etc. Use this time to quiz him on coins and their value, and get some addition practice in as well...
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...Perfect for wild west fans or anyone who ever wished they could ride into the sunset, this dynamic paper rocking horse would make a fun addition to any desk or...
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... the scale balances. Let your child figure out the difference between her estimate and the toy's actual weight; you may want to help her set up a subtraction...
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... different numbers. For addition practice, challenge him to find two numbers that add up to the number on each cup. math game, counting game, counting practice, two-digit numbers, advanced counting...
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... Message What You Do: Make up some addition problems for your child to solve. Make a decoding sheet to correspond with the answers, and write a letter for...

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