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
Help cement the concept of place value with this simple activity that involves creating a set of dials made from Styrofoam cups.
Place Value
Third Grade
Use a recycling project to hone your child√Ęs sewing skills and clean up her art supplies when she turns the leg of an old pair of jeans into a storage basket.
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
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.
Sorting & Categorizing
Patterns are everywhere. This activity allows your child to practice inventing her own patterns while creating a portrait of a pet.
Second Grade
Does your kid have a stash of sweets left over from Halloween? Turn that pile of candy into a learning opportunity with this sorting and categorizing activity.
Counting & Numbers
Sorting & Categorizing
Money is a difficult concept to grasp. Help your kid get the hang of it with this pocket change triple Venn diagram activity.
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.
Using markers and construction paper, your child will design his own patterned fish.
This activity will help your child build his early math skills by practicing shape recognition.

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