The Hundred Board is one of the most versatile learning toys that we own! My kids have so much fun counting, sorting, and reviewing basic math! Here are 10+ ways that you can teach and have fun with your kids.
Hands-on DIY, printable, and purchased Montessori primary math materials! Here's how my toddler is learning how to count in Chinese and English.
The Montessori spindle box teaches the concept of zero, number sequence, and one-to-one correspondence. Here's how to DIY this important math resource!
Within minutes, Chinese learning activities can be created with dot stickers and tailored to our kids' interests!
Math is all around us. We can teach our children everything from counting to multiplication anywhere without workbooks and apps.
This Christmas tree ornament counting activity has free printable templates with Chinese numbers plus Arabic numerals for any language!
A Hundred Chart is a versatile tool for teaching math and patterns. Here are more than 10 way to learn math with the Hundred Chart! The free printable is available with English, Chinese, and Korean numbers - perfect for multilingual families!
My daughter has a blast hiding Easter eggs and running around with educational Easter Egg games that encourage, reading, writing, and math! Kids of all ages can play and learn with these 10+ ideas!
Fine motor math with hole-punched leaves is a fun and easy way to teach counting, math, pairs, and matching! Kids can appreciate nature and numbers simultaneously with these free activities!
This playdough snowman activity is a hands-on way to teach math to kids of different ages! Recipe and tips for a fun, easy, and wintry lesson included!
Number and color pattern learning with recycled paper rolls and a paper towel holder! This is a fun and educational activity with items you probably have at home!
DailyNoodles Chinese Activity Books have fun crafts, coloring, and matching games! Chinese numbers and animals are taught in English.
Kids naturally learn how to count with hands. We used felt hands to recognize patterns, identify groups of 5 and 10, skip count by 5 and 10, and learn basic math.
Clothespins are inexpensive yet very useful for building fine-motor skills and hands-on learning about counting.
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!