Fun Math for Kids

These math activities are an engaging way to help your kid master key math skills. 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, and filter by specific subjects to find the perfect math activity idea for your young learner.

We also have plenty of structured math practice. Be sure to take a look at the Math Worksheets, Math Study Guide, and Activity sections of the site.

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In this spooky and colorful Halloween craft, your child will make a terrifying green monster! She'll also practice counting as she traces her fingers.
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Help your kindergartener learn to manage a telephone with this homemade keyboard that also helps kids practice letters and numbers.
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Your child will need to combine his sporty hand-eye coordination skills with his math skills to become the bullseye king.
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Lots of everyday objects can be fun, whether it's buttons, beans, or Lego blocks. Here's an activity that uses coins to build problem-solving strategies.
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Play Math Tennis and hope for long volleys that offer lots of practice! With this fun card game, your child may not even realize she's doing school work.
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Your child can emulate M.C. Escher with this hands-on art project for fall and Thanksgiving.
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Money is a difficult concept to grasp. Help your kid get the hang of it with this pocket change triple Venn diagram activity.
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Here's a Halloween, math activity: have your preschooler or pre-kindergartener carve shapes into a Jack-O-Lantern face and boost her shape recognition skills.
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Help your child reinforce the order of the alphabet with this hands-on activity using some everyday materials. It's a fun way to put a spin on a timeless skill.
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Practice counting with this winter kindergarten art project! As your child sculpts a clay igloo, he will work on math and dexterity and learn about snow.
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This Halloween, encourage your child to create a super sweet mosaic. She'll make a candy corn pumpkin and then decide if she wants to eat it, or keep it!
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Learn about the microclimate of your backyard by tracking rainfall, temperature, and observed weather with hand drawn charts and graphs.
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Want to help your child develop stronger numeracy skills and make your dice games even more fun? Try creating some googly-eyed funny dice.
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Invite your kindergartener to explore the bright new world of measurement by starting out with nonstandard (and tasty!) units, such as gummy bears or worms.
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This imaginative art activity will help your child to better understand symmetry and explore color and shape.
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Want to turn snack time into fun-time? Help him turn ordinary rice cakes into creatures that are silly, creepy, or just plain cute!
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Few architectural features are as recognizable as the Russian onion dome. In this project, your kid will recreate the striking beauty of this roof-top marvel.
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To help your child turn a critical eye to his own school performance, and motivate him to take responsibility, make a progress portfolio!
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Introduce your child to the symbols of fall with this easy-to-make matching game that will hone observational skills and increase your kid's attention span.
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Does your second grader want to learn a magic trick? Here is a simple trick using only 3 dice and a little bit of addition and subtraction.

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