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Fun Math Activities For Kids

These fun measurement activities and games for kids make measuring as simple as possible. With measurement projects like foot fun and go on a nature hunt, printable measurement games become an interactive and enjoyable process. These measurement projects can even get yummy when you play the games that use marshmallows and gummy bears as measurement tools!

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Carrots are packed with lots good healthy stuff and your child can transform them into something to enjoy for breakfast or after school!
Measurement
Middle School
Use a recycling project to hone your childâs sewing skills and clean up her art supplies when she turns the leg of an old pair of jeans into a storage basket.
Measurement
Fifth Grade
Little hands and feet can be a big help when learning how to measure! In this activity your preschooler will practice using a ruler and writing numbers.
Measurement
Preschool
Your fourth grader will love to make these cute and festive Easter bunny pancakes. Turn a holiday breakfast into a delicious craft and math activity!
Measurement
Fourth Grade
This fun geometry game requires players to use measurement, find perimeter, and draw polygons. It's great for a fourth grade math student!
Measurement
Third Grade
Does your child know how to read a map? Teach this important skill with an activity that makes map reading and map creating practical and fun!
Measurement
Third Grade
Practice third and fourth grade measurement skills and make a practical holiday gift in the process!
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Making metric conversions is a difficult concept to master. Get in some extra practice by playing this Tic-Tac-Toe game with your middle school student.
Measurement
Fifth Grade
Spice up your Easter routine this year by making these stunningly sparkly eggs with your third grader. This is a great activity to do to celebrate the holiday.
Measurement
Third Grade
Introduce your fourth or fifth grader to volume by having him build rectangular prisms, and then count each sugar cube to check his volume calculations.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Practice math and measurement with your third grader this Fourth of July by making these festive cupcakes!
Measurement
Third Grade
Learn about the architecture of Asia by building your very own model of a pagoda!
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Here's a place mat your second grader can create, based on the classic frontier tradition of patchwork quilting.
Measurement
Second Grade
These DIY star garlands will add the perfect patriotic touch to your home this 4th of July!
Measurement
Third Grade

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