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Build a Castle...and Explore First Grade Geometry!

Use reusable, recyclable materials - along with a dose of imagination - to explore architecture and build a castle with first grade geometrical forms.

Sum It Up

Use your number sense to complete this activity. Draw from a deck of cards to determine your number and then create an addition problem with that sum.

Slap It!: An Odds and Evens Card Game

This activity is based on the popular card game, Slapjack. It's rip-roaring fun, and it reinforces the concepts of odd and even, which in turn will help your child succeed in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Around the House

A strong knowledge of addition facts is essential for every first grade student. Create a fun board game at home in order to review this important skill! You will need two dice, a game board print out, and place markers in order to play.

Weave Paper Thanksgiving Placemats

Let your first grader contribute to your Thanksgiving table with this fun paper weaving activity...while extending handwriting and math skills at the same time!

Don't Get Mad, Get Even

Memorizing addition facts is important for any first grader and teaching your child this fun card game will give you a way to squeeze in a little extra practice. All you need is a deck of cards, and you're ready to get started!

Roll the Dice

Practice adding in a whole new way! Shake those dice and try to roll big numbers. Add them up and cross your fingers. If your sum is larger than the other players' sums, you win!

Natural Mosaic

Celebrate the blooming season with your child by showing him how to make a magical spring mosaic out of natural materials, instead of tiles or stones.

Cut This Calendar!

First grade math includes lots of work with two-digit numbers. Here is a great activity for early in the year, to practice recognizing and sequencing numbers from 1-30.

Bowling for Addition

When you don't want to wear rented shoes at the bowling alley, try whipping up this homemade water bottle bowling set! Help your first grader improve his math skills while having hours of fun at the same time.

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