Develop strong math foundations with engaging activities your kids will LOVE.

Click to get the free elementary math activities!

Hey, Parents!

Aren't sure how to keep your student(s) learning and focused on math at this time?

Looking for ways to help your child practice and develop math skills while also having some (non-workbook) fun?

I've heard you! I rounded up my favorite elementary math activities that my students can't enough of; no iPads or other screens necessary. Click buttons to download.


P.S. You don't need any fancy materials or a printer either, only scrap paper and a pencil!

The Activities

1. Explore number patterns by counting & writing numbers from 85-130 and beyond (1st, 2nd)

2. Develop number sense by skip-counting & writing numbers by 10 (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th)

3. Build addition fluency and strategies for adding 3 numbers; How to play the math game Pig (2nd, 3rd, 4th)

4. Build multiplication fact fluency by using doubles to find 4s facts; Multiplication Bump partner game (3rd, 4th, 5th)

Start building math skills now

Maria Howard, K12 Learning Specialist & Educational Therapist

Hi, I'm Maria! I have over 14 years experience in education, including 6 years providing intensive math intervention. Along the way, I discovered that there is nothing I enjoy more than to turn math haters into math lovers through fun games, meaty number talks & the occasional M&M.

In addition to working directly with students, I also provide ongoing consultation & case management, and present on topics related to math education to Bay Area schools & parent groups.