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.
Use these winter math activities for a fun, hands-on, multisensory way to explore counting, symmetry, estimating, shapes, time, and more!
We all know that children learn best when they are having fun, using a hands-on approach, and working across the curriculum so they are able to make connections and build their knowledge up from the things they already know about. But how does that work practically?
It can be hard for us, as parents and teachers, to know the best way to offer our children this rich, creative learning experience – especially if our own schooling was different. And perhaps we favour one style of learning – maybe you think of yourself as arty, but no good at maths, or vice versa. We might not feel confident about teaching across subjects, or unsure how to build links between different disciplines. However, it’s simply the best opportunity for our children if we do.
That’s why I created this Art of Circles workshop. It’s a math-meets-art curriculum, with hands-on projects that are beautiful, fun, and engage children from both a visual, arts perspective, and a mathematical one.
I’ve run this workshop with my own children, and within my family art clubs. It works so well to introduce new math concepts, reinforce children’s learning in a whole-brain way, and get children thinking about how they can creatively, and uniquely, use math and art together. And did I mention the projects are gorgeous?
Try some colourful circle art to explore shapes and scissor skills.
The Fizz, Pop, Bang! Playful Science and Math Activities ebook is designed to bring hands-on fun and enjoyment to math and science. It is packed with powerful learning opportunities in math and science, shared through ideas that incorporate art, play, sensory learning and discovery, for a whole-brain approach.
This book is for you if…
:: your child is three to eight years old and you are looking for ideas to bring hands-on fun to their learning
:: you are looking for a broad range of math and science activities for home or for school
:: you want activities that your child will enjoy and which encourage them to think, question, explore and discover through rich, creative learning
All 40 projects, along with the 20 printable resources are available for just $9.99 and you can download it here. Or, you can save money by buying this book as part of our premium bundle: see below for details.
Combine natural, sensory materials, art, math and a little meditation and make some pretty flower mandala designs.
How can you use LEGO® to teach math, spelling, science and art? This resource of over 100 LEGO® activities for kids will show you how, with ideas for using LEGO® bricks for learning right across the curriculum.