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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Your child will love making this adorable clover clock that will help him learn how to tell time.
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Kindergarten algebra is a lot different than high school. In kindergarten math, algebra means grouping like things, or noticing what doesn't belong in a set.
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Whether the snow is fluffy and soft or icy and hard, a snowman is sure to inspire a smile. No wonder this snowman is so happy; he's made using marshmallows!
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Here's how you and your child can work together to craft your own story problems from scratch.
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With this fun activity, you can help your preschooler make an cute shopping notepad to keep and use or give away as a gift. Here's how:
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Give your child some practice with even numbers, while creating a cute Christmas keepsake. Create this skip counting book.
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Halloween is approaching, so why not create some ghost flash cards that will help your child learn her numbers the spooky way.
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Make a fun refrigerator graph with your first grader in order to help her develop those crucial graphing skills, while engaging with the whole family.
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If you're looking for a fun way to have your child gain practice pattern-making while working out fine motor skills, making Washi eggs is the perfect activity.
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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.
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Your child can transform plain yogurt into a healthy and tasty treat the whole family will love! She'll learn more about baking as well as how yogurt is made.
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All your child will need are her hands to create a kooky, spooky spider. While making her spider she'll get practice both drawing and cutting out shapes.
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Help your child create a special Valentine's Day garland in this heart-y math activity. Soon he'll be creating patterns that are both intricate and lovely.
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Hone observational skills and introduce the basics of data interpretation with this data gathering activity all about the different colors people wear.
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By using watercolor paints to practice writing letters, sentences, and math problems, your child will practice first grade skills in his "Sidewalk School."
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Challenge your third-grader to sharpen her new math skills--and maybe do the planet a favor, too.
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Even chocolate can make an appearance in kindergarten math. These truffles are truly easy to make and add a bit of decadence to math practice!
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Nothing beats homemade salsa from scratch! You and your child can concoct a healthy and flavorful condiment to compliment any summer dinner.
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Do something totally unique and new with a pumpkin this year! Practice designing patterns with stripes, zigzags, or geometric shapes. The sky's the limit!
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Your child can brush up on her math skills by charting the length of time that each candle on the menorah takes to burn.

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