Math Activities

Food Category Activity

Food Category Activity

Organizing things in categories is a fun way to help your child with math. Using scissors can help develop small muscle coordination and eye-hand coordination. You may not have realized how important these simple tasks are to your child’s development. This activity...

Spaghetti and Meatballs For All

Spaghetti and Meatballs For All

Mrs. Comfort has planned a banquet for her relatives and friends. Everything goes smoothly until the day of the event. People begin arriving and that's when problems arise. A delightful mathematical story that introduces children to geometry. Extension activities for...

Halloween Candy Graph

Halloween Candy Graph

This is a fun math activity to do with all the candy after trick-or-treating. All you need is the graphing sheet and candy. Directions: Print bar graph sheet. Sort and classify the candy (ex: suckers, gum, bars, etc.).Label the X axis (across the bottom) of the sheet...

One Grain of Rice – by Demi

One Grain of Rice – by Demi

This book is  a mathematical folktale of a raja in India and Rani, a clever young girl. There is a famine in the land but she has a plan to get rice for her family. She makes a bargain with the raja and he soon finds out how quickly one grain of rice doubles into so...

Lady Bug Math Facts

Lady Bug Math Facts

This is a fun way for kids to practice math facts. You'll Need: paper & pattern scissors & brads crayons, or markers Directions: Print out copies of the lady bugs for each math problem you want to create Cut out the main body and the wings and attach with a...