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Kindergarten Math

Math Study Help

Create Line Design Prints

Line designs can be straight, curvy, zigzagged, or wavy. Teach your child how to create lots and lots of line designs by wrapping string around wooden blocks, and using them to create line-filled prints.

Make Math Fun with Buttons!

Have a lot of loose buttons lying around the house? Here are four ways to turn those loose buttons into an easy and positive learning experience. Button up!

Foot Fun: A Measurement Activity

This measurement activity uses feet to compare objects, but not the ones found on rulers and measuring sticks...the feet on your child's own body!

Play the Blue Bean Counting Game

Take math off the page and into the real world. This simple game gives kindergarten kids hands-on practice with basic addition.

Bean Bag Challenges

Beanbags are one of the most useful learning tools you can find. Try some of our favorite educational bean bag challenges.

Pass It!

Roll the dice and play this fun number game! It's a great way to practice number recognition and the skill of following specific instructions. This simple game of chance is a great way to prepare a kindergartener for more advanced games.

Make a Paper Chain Calendar

Young kids usually have only a vague sense of time. They probably know that an hour is longer than ten minutes, and a week is shorter than a month, but it's difficult for them to gauge time's passing. Making a paper chain calendar can help.

Counting Cups

Counting with one-to-one correspondence is an important kindergarten skill. In a nutshell, it means children are able to count a group of objects, while touching each object, one at a time. This activity turns it into a simple game.

Number Recognition Bingo

Kids love this game because it's fun, and parents love it because it's educational! This Bingo number game helps your child practice number recognition and listening skills.

Make a ME Timeline

Help your child create a "Me Timeline," a unique poster that works on key math and early social studies skills: putting events in order.