If you want to help your child with math, then you’ll need to know what math they should be learning.
Click here for a simple overview of exactly what to focus on during the kindergarten year.
There’s so much you can do at home to help develop your child’s math skills and knowledge.
Browse our selection of activities and resources that you can use at home today.
Heart clip cards for numbers to 10.
Look at the ten frame picture and clip the clothes peg to the correct answer.
A fun two player game for practising numbers to 10. Hands-on, interactive and great for building number sense.
Printable ten frames, of all different sizes, that you can use at home for hands-on number activities.
There are so many ways you can use these colourful ten frames flash cards at home. Get your own set and ideas for how to use them.
What is hundreds chart and why is it so useful? Find out more, plus download your own charts to use at home with your child.
One of our favourite activities, a particularly good number activity for active children who like to learn on the move.
A quick intro to the equals sign for little ones. Includes activity to try at home complete with free printable.
A free activity sheet for practising those all important number bonds to 10. No writing required - just colouring and lots of thinking.
Create weird and wonderful characters using common 2D shapes. It's math and art combined.
Printable activity for working on repeating patterns. Continue the colour patterns made from colourful rainbow bears.
A fun introduction to measuring. Measure family member's feet using non-standard units - in this case a meauring stick made from Duplo blocks.
Questions about math in kindergarten? Looking for tips or ‘how-to’s? You might find some of these articles helpful.
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You don't need a ton of equipment to help your child with math. However, a few select math manipulatives can be very helpful. Check out our favourites.
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Squeeze a bit of math into play time with these pretend play set-ups for young children.
A parent's guide to ten frames - what they are and why they're so helpful to young children beginning to make sense of numbers.
You’ll find more printable activities and resources in the Math, Kids and Chaos online store.
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