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Make Giant Dice!

Here's a way to put numbers and letters - key kindergarten math and reading skills - together while creating a marvelous game piece for outdoor play.

Froggie Counting Game

Help froggie hop home! Here's a simple game you and your kindergarten child can make together to teach counting and the number line while having a fun time together.

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!

Nuts and Bolts: A Sorting Activity

Does Dad's tool box need to be tidied up? Get your child to help you clean, while sneaking in a little math along the way. Sorting objects by size, color, shape, or function is an important concept in mathematical reasoning, and it's the perfect excuse for a little housekeeping!

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.

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!

Summer Calendar for Kids

Plan ahead for summer, by constructing a calendar with your child. Not only will it teach your kid about the passing of time, but it will build excitement, all summer long!

Play Number Memory Match Up!

Try this new twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartener match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!

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.

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.

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