Learn how children become mini mathematicians and how you can help them develop important early math skills.
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Check out these fun and easy ways to incorporate math into your child’s daily life.
Fill and empty containers of varying sizes to introduce the concept of volume.
Use finger puppets to help your child recognize and count numbers from 1 to 10.
Grocery Store Bingo
Turn your next trip to the grocery store into a fun mathematics outing.
Animal Lost and Found
Help owners find their lost pets. Count eyes, ears and other body parts to help make a match.
Help your preschooler learn basic geometry while building sand castles.
Explore geometry with your child by creating tessellates or repeating shapes without any gaps or overlaps.
Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy.
In this recipe, the cheesecake filling can be made in a blender. (A great opportunity for your kids to help!)
Learn more about Mighties™ kiwi, the easy-to-eat, nutrient-rich healthy snack.
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