TK and Kindergarten
Students play four five frames games that help them develop counting and addition skills.
Students play four ten frame games that help them develop counting and addition skills.
Students practice counting 1-10, recognizing numerals, and decorating a birthday cake.
Students count the number of fish they see swimming and then click on the corresponding number.
Students blast off and practice numerical sequences by arranging numbers in ascending order.
Students practice skills including subitizing, counting all, counting on, and addition by finding the sum of all the dice.
Students practice addition and roll their way to the finish in a race against Snake Eyes, the dice tossing robot.
Students develop an understanding of patterns and number relationships by exploring a number grid to help the monkey find the fireworks.
Students practice fluency with subtraction to 12 while playing tug of war with their sailboat.
Home Material Games
Students build fluency with addition and subtraction with this missing addend game.
Students work together with their partner to collect all 10 counters in this collaborative game that encourages practice with counting and adding.
Math and Movement
Find, make, or draw 10 of the 12 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!
Go on a shape hunt in your house and outside! How many of each shape can you find?
Choose items in your house and build a pattern with them.
Watch a fund “Pump Up the Pattern” exercise video with Jack Hartmann and then make up your own exercise patterns.
Watch a video, play an online game, build patterns with household items and ask, “What comes next?”
Watch a video, look at pictures and justify your thinking, play online, and build your own puzzles with household items.