Have you ever used henna to make mehndi patterns? We tried it this week as part of our project on weddings around the world and it was wonderful. Such a lovely group activity and a great hands-on (truly!) way to learn about a culture different to our own. Oh, and surprising good for math games too. Here are our tips for how to use henna as a beautiful art and math lesson.
Here’s a frightfully fun set of spooky sums – a great Halloween maths game!
Spooky sums Halloween math games [Read more…]
In our house we like math games, that make learning how to count, add and times table fun! We also love colour, art, patterns and pictures, so these stamping activities are a great way to create and enjoy whilst working on important math principles. Here’s how we took over the kitchen table with some stamping patterns.
Math games :: stamping patterns [Read more…]
These circle math games add a little fun to practising basic math facts. Here’s how to make your own DIY game.
Circle math games [Read more…]
Here’s an idea from our archive that’s all about making math fun. With a little help from chocolate chips this muffin math game is a great way for young children to practise counting.
Muffin tin math fun [Read more…]
This DIY Christmas memory game is super simple to make, and you can use it in a variety of ways, for children of different ages. Here’s how: