Count Around Your House

Teaching children to count involves more than helping them learn the numbers one to ten. It involves helping children understand the meaning of numbers. When first learning to count, kids need to know the concept of “one-to-one correspondence” that is each object being counted represents “one more.” You can help your child learn Read more…

Build A Monster

Monsters can be scary, but drawing a monster makes your kids fun!  Create your own silly monster and learn the number. Prepare a piece of paper and draw it out. How your monster looks like? Design Your Own Monster Roll A Monster A funny math games. Your kids will practice numbers as Read more…

Colour Game For Kids

Children have a natural affinity toward brightly coloured objects; hence most of their toys are strikingly colourful. When you show them, say, a ball, using the word “colour” along with the name of the object is a good way to begin. Instead of saying ‘this is red’, the better way Read more…

Developing Calendar Skills For Kids

Calendars provide a great opportunity for learning all kinds of math skills, time management skills, and even help children prepare for upcoming events. A beautiful hand on calendar can teach your kids about the concept of day, month and year. CALENDAR ACTIVITIES: 1.  Write down Today date and day. 2. Use a highlighter Read more…

Total in Math

Total in math is All Whole number/amount full In order for your kids to under total concept, you can introduce your kids about math story. For example, I have 3 green flowers and 2 blue flowers. How many in total?  3+2=5.  The total is 5.

Paper Plate Math Games

Paper plate are perfect for math games. It is suitable for toddlers and kindergartners.  1. USE PAPER PLATE TO LEARN NUMBER COUNTING Kids can practice Skip counting (2, 4, 6, 10….) or Counting (1, 2, 3, 4….) with these easy fine motor activity.          2. USE PAPER PLATE TO LEARN FRACTION.  Read more…

Circle Story

Circle is big and round. It has no corner and can spins around. Link circle to other round objects will help your kids to understand further. The simple way to teach your kids to identify the circle is to draw a circle. Take a large size sheet of paper, grab a Read more…

Another Way Of Learning Division At Home

Children can start learn division from sharing things or grouping things. Every time when parents bring some cookies or bake them, you can ask your kids to divide cookies equally among the family members. If you have baked or brought 10 cookies and there are four family members, ask your Read more…

Make Fractions Sweet With Hershey’s Chocolate

Hershey’s Chocolate Bars, which are conveniently divided into 12 equal squares, making them the perfect manipulative for demonstrating how fractions work. First, introduce fraction concept to your kids using chocolate bar. Second, let your kids to practice fraction. Your kids can match the fraction card with chocolate bar. If they able Read more…