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Math Activities for Ages 3-5

Math Activities for Ages 3-5

 
Start singing! Repetition of words is the first step toward recognizing patterns in math.
Try this tasty twist on matching games.
Make a family-faces game to help your child learn letters and words.
Introduce the concept of line — straight and curved — with this activity.
boy looking at reflection in the mirror
A reflective look at how two halves make a whole.
Make a counting book full of beans.
An afternoon of well-rounded fun is headed your way.
Scoop up some geometry, spatial reasoning, and creativity when you make this cool cone.
Building math skills is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with these simple tips and games.
How high can your child count?
boy and girl squeezing paint bottles onto paper
Build math skills while you track your child's height.
Teach kids about shapes and patterns while trimming this geometric tree.
Go on a "sign hunt" to learn a universal language.
Exploring simple shapes sets the stage for creative thinking. These easy activities focus on the geometry of fun!

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