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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!

Hunt for Shapes!

Learning to identify and categorize different geometric shapes is a big goal for early learners. And your neighborhood is the perfect place to start!

4th of July Bingo

Who says summer break can't be educational? Pump up the learning level of your child's 4th of July with this game of patriotic bingo!

Make a Ladybug Storyboard!

Does it bug you that math isn't more fun? Teachers have been using flannel boards for years to make stories sing. Now you can make your own version of the flannel board and help bring math to life!

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.

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.

Add and Subtract with Math Bugs

Make math practice fun by turning those boring numbers into cute bugs! Your child will learn to enjoy math as she uses bugs in her addition and subtraction problems.

Make Your Own Coin Bank!

Here's a coin bank craft that's designed to build connections to early reading, social studies, and math. And who knows--save up those pennies and nickels week by week, and your child may have saved a nice bit of change by second grade!

Make This Number Line: Count Place on a Lace!

Got a shoelace? Got a kindergartener? Help your child learn to use the number line by creating one out of a lace.

Repeat, then Eat!: A Patterning Game

This incredibly edible activity gives kindergarteners the chance to practice identifying, copying and extending basic patterns. Sure it's fun (and delicious!) but it will also help kids lay the foundation for math, reading, and other curriculum cornerstones.

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