Try this tasty and fun way to practice addition.
With schools focused on core subjects, there isn't a lot of room for teaching financial literacy. If you want your child to be smart about money, it's up to you.
How you can help at home: In this activity your child explores different kinds of lines.
How you can help at home: In this activity you and your child look for shapes outside.
Try these tasty and creative ways to review fractions with your child.
How you can help at home: In this activity your child explores different shapes to create abstract art.
How you can help at home: This number-sense game played with dice helps your first grader build math concepts such as greater than and less than.
Our readers offer their advice about how to teach money management to children.
The authors of The Financially Intelligent Parent recommend giving your child an allowance - but don't tie it to chores.
How you can help at home: Practice beginning mapping skills with your first-grader by mapping your house onto graph paper.