I love math! It’s something that has always come easy to me. Some of you may be thinking the total opposite. How can you share simple math concepts with your children when you don’t enjoy the subject yourself? These 9 activities will help you teach your children and make the subject more enjoyable for the both of you!
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The Enchanted Homeschooling Mom shares her best Math tools for teaching. These tools really work for both kids, and moms who don’t like math!
Although these shape activities are for preschoolers, you can easily adjust the concept to make it more difficult for older children.
Here’s a genius way of sneaking in learning during snack time. For older children, you could write a math equation in the muffin liners!
Kids might not like worksheets, but they will love flinging things across the room and measuring how far they go.
Here’s another shape puzzle idea, but with food! Puzzles are great for improving problem solving skills.
This game has something for almost every elementary level! It looks really fun. I want to play!
There are a lot of patterns in math. Help your children understand this basic concept through art!
This free printable can be played as an individual or cooperative game.
Basic Geometry in a fun free printable. Enjoy!
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