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Teaching math

Math is very important to know in life!So why not make it easier on kids and start teaching now. Here are some fun ways to start.

 Beach ball math fun! 
on a beach ball write numbers then toss the ball back and forth with Ur kid/kids and what ever number ur hands land on either add the number or subtract. (can also do multiplying)

counting crocodiles
On a piece of paper or a color swatch (I had some from moving) Put numbers and dots. Then paint some clothes pins and add the same number dots on the clothes pins. Add some eyes too to make them crocodiles. Once dry let Ur kid/kids match them up. You can also ask math problems and have them place the right crocodile on the right number.

counting cup cake liners
put different numbers on cup cake liners and have your kid fill them with items. Can sue anything we just used clothe pins.


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