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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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Your child can make a homemade find-a-word game personalized for the Christmas holidays and family.
Measurement
Middle School
How many steps long is the hallway? Kids put their graph-making skills to work as they make a step map of their own house.
Measurement
First Grade
Surprise your child by taking the apple cider from the fridge and transforming it into a wonderful treat!
Measurement
Fifth Grade
This Halloween math activity book is a whole lot of fun.
Measurement
First Grade
Did you know part of ringing in the New Year in Jewish culture includes eating honey treats? Bake a delicious honey cake to celebrate!
Measurement
Middle School
Kugel is a traditional Jewish side dish made for special celebrations, which can be either savory or sweet.
Measurement
Middle School
Use familiar household items and decorations to turn estimation into a fun game!
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Getting distance and direction across to fourth graders sure can be tricky! Get your child to practice this skill all summer long.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Enjoy this kid-friendly recipe for Irish soda bread, just in time for St. Patrick's Day!
Measurement
Second Grade
Thanksgiving is a time to be with loved ones. It's also a time to chow down! Need help in the kitchen? There's no better helper than an avid fourth grader.
Measurement
Fourth Grade
Practice conversions within the metric system in this fun math card game for third graders.
Measurement
Third Grade
Make a yarmulke for your teddy bear and celebrate The Festival of Lights with this fun craft project.
Measurement
Second Grade
Invite your second grader to help you measure and mix these fresh, cool concoctions!
Measurement
Second Grade
Here's a hands-on activity you can do with your fourth-grader to practice measurement and directly apply the concept of area.
Measurement
Fourth Grade

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