Math at the Dinner Table! While setting the table and serving dinner, here are some ways you can get your little one involved in math.

Use the examples below to serve up a nice helping of Common Core State Standards math during dinnertime! 2 years Say, “These chips are triangles. Each one has 1, 2, 3… three sides. Triangles are math!” 3 years Say, “Each person needs a fork. Couch Math – Relax! When you’re relaxing in the living room or den with your children, take the opportunity to do some positive math talk.

Relax! Use the appropriate activities below to reinforce the math concepts and domains of the Common Core State Standards. 2 years Say, “This blanket is on top of the coach. Now, it’s on top of the coffee table. Car Math – Think Fast, Drive Safely! In your car you’ll find math.

You don’t even have to be moving to share it with your child. The next time you go somewhere with your little one, before you get on the road, have them sit on your lap and share a math moment. A Recipe for Math Learning. While cooking a dish or preparing food, there are measurements, fractions, and plenty of counting.

If you have an opportunity, invite your little one by asking them to stir or measure out an ingredient. When they’re engaged, use the below examples to add a dash of Common Core State Standards math to the recipe! 2 years After getting all the ingredients out for the recipe, say, “Ingredients are things we put in the bowl. Get Cooking with Math. Math helps us in cooking and is especially useful in ensuring we don’t burn our dinner!

Check out the things you can say and do with your child while using the oven or stove. Bringing Math Into the Closet. You find yourself in the closet when putting away clothes, helping the little ones get dressed, and when looking for toys.

Take a moment to use the statements below to mention some math while you’re there. Depending on the arrangement of the closet, be sure to modify the statements so they make sense to your child. 2 years Say, “These drawers are tall. That shelf is taller. 3 years. Fruity Math. Having a fruit bowl available for the family is a great way to stay healthy.

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