This resource has been created to help your child identify and find resources already in your home that can support learning. Below you will find a list of possible objects your child can use, as well as a visual chart of the objects that may also help your child think about the possibilities. Last, find several math activities your child can engage in using objects like the ones on this list. Feel free to let your children be creative and make choices about the objects they use to complete the activities.
Meaningful Mathematics Activities for Families and Teachers to Do at Home
Click on the links below to find simple but meaningful activities which give students repeated math experiences. These activity cards from Kathy Richardson’s Developing Number Concepts have been adapted to use items from home such as the ones listed above.
Place Value Activities
Comparing Quantities Activities
Ten and Some More Activities
Multiplication and Division Activities