In their new DVD, Adventures in Shapeville Park, Scout and Violet build a playground from shapes to see what a circle, square and triangle can really do!
Play this printable bingo game for practice writing and recognizing numbers 1-10, and recognizing color names.
This printable activity encourages your child to use the language of estimation and approximation. Estimating is an important skill for math and science.
This printable gets your child thinking about the mathematical principle of relative weight.
This printable prompts your child to make estimates and then check those estimates. Estimating is an important math (and science!) skill.
Comparing events by duration is an important early step on the path to understanding and telling time.
Games like this printable "board" game provide a great opportunity for your child to practice and develop counting skills—a crucial stepping stone on the path to success in math!
Completing the activity will help your child to understand that a fraction is part of a whole.
This printable activity requires your child to identify numbers that are greater than or less than one another to solve the maze.
Join Scout & Friends for an adventure exploring numbers in Numberland!
Dive into a deep-sea counting adventure in this coloring page inspired by the brand-new Numbers Ahoy DVD.
Join Tad and Lily on an exciting educational adventure! Encourage your child to find the examples of math on this coloring page.
Ask your child to use the launch codes to complete the patterns of colors and shapes. The ability to extend or duplicate patterns is a logical reasoning skill that forms a basis for future work in math (specifically, algebra!).
This coloring activity requires your preschooler to recognize numbers 1 through 6.
Cooking with your child can be a great way to reinforce early math skills such as measuring and counting. Try this easy granola recipe that's fun for kids to make and eat!
Let your child practice number sequencing by playing fill-in-the-blank on the refrigerator door.
Combine science and nature to help your child count.
This number learning activity will keep them hopping!
Snack time is the perfect time for addition practice.
Use buttons to teach your child the different number combinations that add up to 10.
Teach volume and capacity by encouraging your child to guess how many scoops of rice will fill different size containers.
Block out time for playting with blocks! Blocks are great math tools.
Give your child practice recognizing different shapes.
Armed with a ruler or tape measure, set your child loose to measure the world.
Help your child establish the the one-to-one connection between number and object.
Well-developed visual skills are a prerequisite for success in math. Here are some tips for fostering your child’s visual skills.
Help your child learn to identify numbers.
Look for numbers everywhere you go.
Make counting to 10 part of your child's everyday routine.
Begin a number sequence. Can your child provide the next three numbers?
Use read aloud time as an opportunity to develop mathematical literacy.
This easy chore helps establish early number sense and one-to-one correspondence.
Constancy is one of the more difficult math concepts for your child to grasp.
Ask your child to take inventory of the pantry and help create a shopping list to help him learn how to sort and classify.
Mother Goose and other collections of nursery rhymes are rich resources for math literacy.
Your child can practice number recognition on a shopping trip.
Challenge your child’s number sense by embarking on a number safari.
Use snack time as an opportunity for your child to practice early math skills.
Help your child recognize and name basic shapes.
Help your child expand the number of different shapes he can name.
Give your child practice forming and identifying different shapes.
Help your child develop their sense of volume, space and quantity.
Point out noticeable size differences to your child.
Help your child understand that a numeral can represent a number of objects.
Use unconventional tools to measure things around the house.
Incorporating counting into your daily routines will help strengthen preschool number learning.
Ask your child to read the numbers on a digital clock and say the time back to him.
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