Math. It’s been on my brain a lot lately! The children are loving their math lessons, though they are reaching new concepts and sometimes that can be a bit frustrating. But the thing about math is that there’s always more to learn, and many ways that it can be learned. You don’t just have to use a textbook or online program. This week I’m featuring some very fun-looking early math games for kids….and for the Moms, a budget planner so that we can set a good example!
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Early Math Games
Modern Preschool has made a fun, free printable with a beautiful spring theme to help children understand the correspondence of numbers from 1 – 10.
Tree Valley Academy has a 5-page printable with lots of ways to use my favourite number…13!
Brain Power Boy has some fun Lego math games that I’m sure any kid with a love of Lego would enjoy.
When the kids are ready to learn about skip-counting, have them skip around the room using these cute frog floor numbers by 3 Dinosaurs.
Momma Goes Frugal has a cheerful and free budget planner for her subscribers. Go on – let your children see you working with numbers (hopefully with a smile on your face). Budgeting is exactly how I’ve spent most of today.
Have a browse through the stacks
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