If addition with carrying is getting your second grader down, have her complete this colorful worksheet!
Kids' creative juices will flow when they hand-make The Froggie Game, but the variations on game play allow them to think outside the pond as well.
This is a fun and inexpensive project and it's a great way for your child to build basic geometry skills, like shape recognition and pattern/angle familiarity.
Create a counting book, in order from 1-30, to help your child figure out a variety of ways of recognizing and representing numbers.
Play this game to help froggie hop home...and teach the number line to your kindergartener while you're at it!
Here's a preschool color collage activity to help your child work on her sorting skills, and create a beautiful addition to the refrigerator gallery.
Kids count by twos on this first grade math worksheet. Skip counting by twos is one way children can demonstrate the meaning of addition.
Want to help your preschooler with math? Get out the grab bag! This game helps kids learn to associate numbers with sets of objects-- a key early math skill.
This delicious donut coin toss game will offer your child hours of fun. Just print it out, cut and fold along the lines, tape to a table, and start playing!