Here is a simple way to learn basic math skills: use TOY CARS! Prep Work: Find addition flashcards (These ones are perfect!), or just write simple addition problems on pieces of paper, or a dry erase board.Gather up a handful of toy cars. OR you can use any other small toys your child has several of. Here's what you do: Show an addition problem and help your child count out the numbers and add them together to get the answer! :)
Easy as pie!
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To get a little more physical activity into our days, I made this exercise cube! Here's how I made it:
Using white card stock, cut out 6 squares. (Mine are about 6"x6" squares.)Write the activities on each square.Tape the squares together using clear packing tape.Before you tape the last square on, stuff in a few pieces of crumpled newspaper to give it more stability.
Here's what's on it:
Spin in a circle.Jump 5 times.Flap your arms like a bird.Hop on one foot.Dance!Run from the front door to the back door.
The boys love it!