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First & Second Grade Math Activities

first grade mathThese activities are appropriate for ages 6 to 9. Browse to find the first or second grade math activities that work best for your child.



Math at Home

stickersGraphing Stickers
Collecting stickers from your favorite fruits and graphing them is a fun activity that gets the whole family involved.



Math on the Go

grocery storeGrocery Store Bingo
Adding a math twist to the classic Bingo game equals F-U-N on your next trip to the grocery store!




changeWhat’s In My Pocket?
This game played with your pocket change is a fun way to pass the time while waiting at the doctor’s office or taking a bus ride!




Math for Fun

pastaPasta Patterns
Making and wearing colorful pasta necklaces is a fun and creative way for your child to explore patterns.



gameRace to the Finish
Play this board game next family night, choosing from spinners that give your child experience with probability.



Math All Year

pumpkinPumpkin Math
Whether you are making a jack-o-lantern for Halloween or a pumpkin pie for the holidays, here is a fun way to engage your child in estimation, measurement and simple graphing activities.


  • Zahara Zucha

    I like second grade math. I also like eighth grade math. My wolf cut-out likes Kindergarten math. He also likes first grade math. My mouse/elephant cut-out likes preschool math. She also likes kindergarten math. I am a twenty-six-year-old woman. My older sister is a twenty-eight-year-old woman. My zebra cut-out likes addition and subtraction. My zebra cut-out is seven months old. My mouse/elephant cut-out is three days old. I am going to be a phonics teacher. My mouse/elephant cut-out likes first grade math.

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