Kindergarten is a new world of learning and adventure for children. Math games for kindergarten help kids enjoy learning and see math in an exciting way.
FROGGIE HOP HOME-COUNTING GAME: Here’s a simple game you and your kindergarten child can make together to teach counting and the number line while having a good time together.
MILK CARTON MATH: This fun math game you can make helps you to be sure that kids can count off objects and connect an abstract number to each group of things.
FIND THE MISSING NUMBER: Kids get practice ordering numbers from 1 to 10. Choose the number of problems you would like to try.
In school, Kindergarten teachers use the manipulative to help children understand math concepts. Parents usually do the same thing with toddlers even before they start school. Using objects to teach numbers is one example of this.
It's easy to see that children are very interested in learning new things. Pictures grasp the attention of children. Flashcards are best options for number recognition, while puzzles help children to find out mathematical strategies. Thus, playing addition games are more exciting. It heats up group competition.