There are many fun ways to learn math. There are educational games, online math games, workbooks, homeschool math curriculum, educational board games… A good place to start with learning numbers, beside counting everything around you, and critical thinking is by reading books together. These are a few of our favorite math books. From preschool and Kindergarten math counting with children’s books like The Cheerios Counting Book and Too Many Monkeys, to upper elementary math with books like Fibonacci Fun and Minecraft Math.
We try to play at least one math game a week using Games for Math which offers hands on fun, bringing math concepts to life with little preparation or supplies needed. I hope you can use some of these in your learning at home.
Some related activities featured in these posts:
- Make a Multiplication Monkey Calculator
- 5 Fun Math Resources
- If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Math Activities
- Play With Your Math
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Our Favorite Books about numbers
Rooster’s Off to See the World (The World of Eric Carle)
Games for Math: Playful Ways to Help Your Child Learn Math, From Kindergarten to Third Grade
Awesome Minecraft Math Coloring Book: Pixelated Art For Kids (Volume 1)
Counting Kisses: A Kiss & Read Book
Cheerios Counting Book
The Grapes Of Math
Too Many Monkeys: A Counting Rhyme (Golden Storytime Book)
Fibonacci Fun: Fascinating Activities With Intriguing Numbers
More Math Games & Activities from Around the World
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