I have a post brought to you by education.com today. They reached out to me to publish an article with an activity that they had given me. I have been contacted before by others, but had always ignored their e-mails as I feel like I am such an amateur in the blogging world. Ha! This offer felt different to me. It's right where we are at in life. School. Math. Making learning fun! I will take all the help I can get! Curly and Z-Man really enjoyed this game. I made separate ones for Z-Man and we practiced multiplication with him. Math is something that is challenging for him, so I look forward to checking out more ideas on education.com.
Play Popsicle Math
Now that it’s first grade, “Math Facts” are here. This year, you can expect addition and some subtraction; then, when your child hits second grade, get ready for timed tests and even early explorations in multiplication and division. Worried? Don’t be. This is a time to be excited with your child about this new knowledge, and to explore lots of fun ways to develop it. Here’s a hands-on activity that classroom teachers use to help kids get a feel for equations and start building lifelong skills.