If your child is learning math in Chinese, check out resources including Khan Academy Mandarin, Chinese Hundred Chart, math rhymes, manipulatives and more!
Clothespins are inexpensive yet very useful for building fine-motor skills and hands-on learning about counting.
Counting shark teeth is a fun way to practice counting from one to ten! This is an easy craft for toddlers and preschoolers.
Repurposing our paper place sun craft to create a count-and-thread activity!
We used paper plates and triangle cut outs to practice number and shape recognition and also introduced the clock face!
An educational spin to a classic summer craft: counting practice with watermelon seeds! Then my daughter used the watermelon slices for pretend play and ate lots of watermelon at her pretend picnic party!
Create your own math manipulatives and make your own counting sticks with craft sticks. This is a fun, hands-on way to learn with small objects around the house!
This clock-face pegging activity reinforces numerical order and offers an chance to practice telling time.
Number matching popsicles are a fun way to practice counting while playing! This is an easy craft that a toddler can make with his or her parent!
Painting, stamping, upcycling, and learning all in one! We put our art smocks on and had fun stamping and enjoying Chinese numbers!
Chinese numbers Velcro puzzle: a fun, hands-on activity for toddlers and school-aged children to learn about Chinese numbers!
Montessori spindle boxes do a great job of teaching the concept of zero, number sequence, and one-to-one correspondence. The activity is easy to DIY by upcycling toilet paper rolls, an old box lid for tray, and extra craft sticks.
Calorie-free and educational ice cream! There’s no such thing as too much ice cream with this Ice Cream Scoop Counting with Dot Stickers actiivty!
An educational craft with hearts as petals to learn number grouping in 2’s
Counting and cutting practice with an easy and cute flower and ladybug craft.