Looking for spring math activities that are fun? These Seasons School Spring Learning ideas give you a wide range of resources that combine practical, real-life math skills with fun, hands-on games that build math skills through play.
Download this set of free carrot number cards and try these ideas for some hands-on spring math activities.
These printable heart matching and counting cards are a fun Valentine’s math activity for children, helping them develop important math skills through play. Print your set and try these math activities.
Use these winter math activities for a fun, hands-on, multisensory way to explore counting, symmetry, estimating, shapes, time, and more!
Add some candy cane fun to your learning this season with these red and white printable Christmas number cards.
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This hands-on pine cone math station is a great investigation table that invites children to explore estimating, counting, size comparison, measuring weight and length, and recording data in a table – all while having fun.