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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 an ABC, 123 Book!

This simple, yet fun, bookmaking activity introduces and reinforces alphabet and number recognition skills that have been taught at home or learned in preschool.

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.

Play the Build a Monster Game!

Monsters can be scary, but drawing your own makes them fun! Play this game and create your own silly monster! Your child will get her creative juices flowing, and she'll even get to practice her math. It's fun and simple, and the drawings she'll come up with will surely be a riot.

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.

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 Croquet

There's no need to buy an expensive croquet set to get your child familiar with the sport. This DIY game is fun for the whole family!

Making Wind Chimes

Get kids busy with this colorful craft activity, and sneak in some math and fine motor practice without them even realizing it! This beaded wind chime is fun to make, and it gets kids experimenting with patterns, a key kindergarten math skill.

Bean Bag Challenges

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

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.

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