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

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Simplify fractions with your child in this fast-paced math card game.
Fifth Grade
Hand over the ruler and measuring cup! Challenge your mathematician to 12 fun-filled measuring activities.
Fifth Grade
Have your kid practice completing number patterns and then create her own patterns on the wings of a butterfly with this delightfully simple paper project.
Second Grade
First graders spend lots of time learning  double digit numbers.  Here's a 'green' way to build skills and have some old time family fun, too.
Place Value
First Grade
Build your kindergartener's vocabulary by exploring and discussing spatial relationships during everyday activities such as building, rearranging, and ordering.
Sorting & Categorizing
Does your child love learning about dinosaurs? Does he like digging around in search of hidden treasures? In this fun activity he'll do both!
First Grade
Graph are a great way to organize information. Your child will get to practice graphing by creating a bar graph and a pictorial graph of her friend's names.
Graphing & Data
Third Grade
Reuse old cardboard boxes and popsicle sticks to create a miniature sled that is perfect for preschool pretend play with dolls or action figures.
Whether it's a bag lunch, goody bag, or used to decorate a table, this cute little fox bag is sure to make your kid smile.
First Grade
This activity will help your child build his early math skills by practicing shape recognition.
Expand on your childâs time-telling skills by helping him learn how an analog clock and a digital clock correspond.
Third Grade

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