This clever alligator craft is a great way to learn about greater-than and less-than. It works equally well for science […]
Craft adorable paper plate candy corn game pieces and then watch as children have fun playing an educational counting game! […]
Repurpose an egg carton and turn it into challenging math game. A great way to keep math fresh in their […]
Sneak in a math lesson while the kids are playing with these St. Patrick’s Day clocks. Easy to make from […]
Need a travel game to keep the kids busy while helping keep their math skills sharp? This fun game will […]
Your kids can make and decorate their own game board, then play a game that helps reinforce their counting skills. […]
Cute crocodile clothespins that can be used for preschool counting practice and number recognition. Could also be adapted for older […]
Teach shape identification using straws and pipe cleaners. Older kids can build 3d shapes using these two items.
Transform pipe cleaners, googly eyes, clothespins and a few other basic craft materials into adorable bees. Use the bees to […]
Reinforce math concepts with this clever flower garden number line. Use it for counting, even/odd, addition and subtraction, and more!
Practice graphing skills with this fun bald eagle picture graph. The tutorial includes instructions for one-quadrant and four-quadrant graphing.
Combine math, art, bunnies and carrots and you get this super cool tessellation project that’s perfect for spring. Geometry is […]
Practice basic math skills with this cool craft stick abacus. Countries all around the world have been using the abacus for […]
Explore geometric principles with this relaxing art project. Students will learn how repeated straight lines create curves.
This Star-Spangled Banner project combines math, history and art to make a replica of the flag that inspired Francis Scott […]
This project starts as a basic geometry lesson about the types of triangles. Googly eyes turn it into a mosquito.
Combine math and art in this fun learning activity! Every tessellation project turns out completely different from the rest.
The kids will have fun learning to count with this Ladybug Math game! Make it from felt for a fun […]
Combine math and crafts with this cool Pi Day Necklace. It’s a great way to teach about pi and the […]
Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Here’s a fun way to incorporate learning into your holiday art!
This learning calendar free printable is a great way for young children to practice calendar skills!
This learning calendar for November is a great way to practice calendar skills with young children!
Your child will love practicing math skills with this fun Math Monster activity! Make Place Value Puppets for older kiddos […]
Print and cut the game board and problem cards of the Missing Sign Math Game and let the fun begin! […]
Learn all about symmetry using natural objects. A great outdoor project for spring, summer or fall.
An easy to create felt counting set inspired by the book, Ten Apples Up On Top! Preschoolers will love this […]
Free printable learning calendar to help children learn calendar skills! A fun way to start off the month and keep […]
Help your child learn calendar skills with this free August calendar learning printable. A great way to start off the […]
Made from construction paper, create a racetrack game. Provide hours of fun as your little ones roll the dice and […]
Take learning outdoors with this fun way to make math come alive. That kiddie pool isn’t just for wading any […]
Keep math facts fresh in their heads during summer vacation – practice one-to-one correspondence and number identification with this friendly […]
Reinforce pattern learning with these quirky bead snakes. Fun for little fingers to string beads onto pipe cleaners – plus […]
Here’s a frugal craft that turns those cheap foam pool noodles into a math game! Use different colored noodles for […]
This activity helps teach your children not only their numbers, but how to spell their number words as well.
Make this adorable holder for your child’s times table cards.