Yay!!! It’s summer time, time to sleep in, relax, and look back on the high points of the year.
Summer is also a great time to play math games that keep brains lively and skills sharp. Here are two that kids love to play. The games are easy to learn and can be fun to play as a family while school is out.
The video is courtesy of the Teaching Channel. Thanks for all that you do to support teachers.
Happy Summer to all!
Kindergarten used to be for learning social skills, sharing, and a morning nap. Not any more. Today’s Kindergartener is expected to be able to count, to know some letter sounds, and know how to hold a book.
The good news is that children are naturally math-y and we’ve created a great KinderMath app to help you and your child strengthen those math-y Kindergarten skills:
Counting and number meaning
Sorting and classifying
Counting on from a number other than 1
Comparing numbers within 100
You and your child can start at the easiest levels to learn and practice those Kindergarten readiness skills. Then advance through the levels to practice new skills as your child learns them in school.
Thanks for supporting your child and your child’s teacher by using learning tools from mathcoachinteractive.com.
Don’t have an iPad? No problem. You can also find these lessons on our website in the Numbers and Counting section. Subscribe here now.