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Hands-on Math Activities For Kids

Math is fun and our activities are the proof! If you're looking for a more engaging way to help your kid master key math skills, look no further. From easy, hands-on math activities to more advanced games and puzzles, we've got you covered! Use the boxes on the left to narrow your search by grade or filter by specific categories to find the perfect math activity idea for you and your young learner.

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Strengthen your child's number recognition skills with this fun game using an old, empty egg carton!
Counting & Numbers
Preschool
Familiarize your preschooler with the concept of numbers one through five and counting with this hands-on activity.
Counting & Numbers
Preschool
Make this paper chain calendar and give your child a visual reminder of the passing of time.
Time
Kindergarten
Looking for a cool game to help your first grader learn her 11s? Look no further than this clever one-person card game.
Addition
First Grade
A homemade food pyramid poster will challenge your child to eat healthier. Soon he'll be asking for vegetables instead of boycotting them!
Sorting & Categorizing
Preschool
This art activity lets kids experiment with 'rubbings' and practice key preschool math at the same time.
Counting & Numbers
Preschool
Help your preschooler practice counting, matching, and learning colors with this fun game!
Sorting & Categorizing
Preschool
Here's a preschool color collage activity to help your child work on her sorting skills, and create a beautiful addition to the refrigerator gallery.
Sorting & Categorizing
Preschool
This game reinforces the meaning of the term 'multiples' and is fast enough to hold the attention of your fourth-grader.
Multiplication
Fourth Grade
Liven up a lesson about graphing by helping your third grader compile a bar graph from his classmates' birthday data.
Probability & Data
Third Grade
Here's a hands-on way to help your child understand how common fractions can be equivalent.
Fractions
Fifth Grade
Your fourth grader will love practicing his math facts with this fun computation game.
Addition
Subtraction

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