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Tips for Engaging with Math
Make it hands-on & real. Try turning a lesson that may normally include a lecture or worksheet into an interactive activity.
Use picture books. Picture books appeal to visual and auditory learners. Who doesn't love a good story?
Play games! Kids love games! Games are perfect for introducing students to math concepts and have fun at the same time.
Encourage Math talk. Model how to have meaningful conversations about math.
Appeal to different learning types: auditory, kinesthetic, reading/writing/, visual
Math Picture Books
Best Children's Books - Math
MATH FOR KIDS: children's books that build a love of math. This page lists fun, clever books on math for kids. Listed in math catagories.
Math Fun with Games
Family Math by
Make your own games the low-tech way! Involves parents and children with different activities in problem solving and experimenting, to improve their mathematical skills and gain appreciation for mathematics.
ABCYa - math
Do you need a little extra help with math facts? Explore dozens of fun and educational activities to practice multiplication, division, addition, subtraction… and more!
Bedtime Math - fun at home
We’ve taken our engaging, research-proven after-school math activities and presenting them here for families to use.
Math Playground includes a wide variety of math topics, from problem solving and mathematical art to real world math and thinking games.