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If you're looking for other ways to practice math at home, and if you've got a moment, pick an activity from the list below...there are 122 to choose from!  Print these out, hang them on your refrigerator, and go!

1.     Count the days for the month.

2.     How many Mondays in the month? How many Fridays?

3.     What is missing? First, ____________, ______________, fourth, _____________

4.     How many chairs are in the house?

5.     How many chair legs?

6.     Get 7 coins. Which ones are they?

7.     What is today’s date? Hop that many times.

8.     Find the largest box in the kitchen. Find the smallest.

9.     Draw 5 circles. Color four.

10.            What comes next: 7___________11___________15_________.

11.            Draw 4 squares. Color the second one.

12.            Count the spoons in your kitchen.

13.            Draw something that is round in your kitchen.

14.            How many numbers are on the face of a clock?

15.            Draw 7 circles. Color the second and fourth.

16.            Count your fingers and toes. How many in all?

17.            How many shoes are in the house?

18.            Are there more doors or windows in your house?

19.            Draw 2 triangles. Circle the larger one.

20.            Get 10 coins. What are they?

21.            Count to 30. Clap with each numbers.

22.            Practice saying the days of the week.

23.            Today is Saturday. What will tomorrow be? Today is Sunday. What was yesterday? (and so on)

24.            Read today’s date. Practice writing it.

25.            Collect 8 coins. What is each one called?

26.            What is missing? 1 2 __ __ __ 5 6 __ __ __ __ 10

27.            How many rectangles in your kitchen?

28.            Count how many fingers there are in your family.

29.            What comes in between? 11 __ 13   20 __ 22 9 __ 11

30.            Count the circles in your kitchen.

31.            How many cubes can you find in your house?

32.            Get a handful of coins. Sort them into groups.

33.            How many numbers can you write in 1 minute?

34.            How many days are in a week?

35.            What day is the third day of the week? The fourth day?

36.            Fold a piece of paper in half. How many sections will it have when you open it?

37.            Fold a piece of paper in half 2 times. How many sections will it have when you open it?

38.            Draw 4 circles in a row. Color the first one.

39.            Draw 3 squares in a row. Color the second one.

40.            Count the letters in your name.

41.            Count the letters in your mother’s name and your father’s name.

43.            Collect and count pennies.

44.            Count to 15 hopping on two feet.

45.            What number comes next: 20, 19, 18, 17, _____

46.            What time did you wake up today?

47.            How much is a nickel worth?

48.            Put 5 coins in a row. Which is first? Third? Fourth?

49.            How many socks are in your drawer?

50.            Draw 9 circles. Color 4 of them.

51.            Draw 3 faces. How many eyes are there?

52.            Which is more: 7 or 9? 10 or 12? 6 or 7? 12 or 17?

53.            Which is fewer: 3 or 2? 7 or 6? 9 or 10? 14 or 11?

54.            Write the numbers starting with 1. Go as far as you can.

55.            Count from 3 to 22.

56.            Tell how a penny and a quarter are different.

57.            Look at a calendar. Circle all of the Wednesdays.

58.            Draw clocks to show these times: 1:00, 10:00, 5:00.

59.            Count all the clocks in your home.

60.            Draw 10 circles. Color half of them yellow.

61.            How many Mondays are in this month?

62.            Pretend you are a number. Have a friend or parent guess what you are.

63.            Count to 50.

64.            Start from 10 and count to 30

65.            Draw a triangle. Draw a line to divide it in half.

66.            Look at the calendar. What is the last day of the month?

67.            Count the forks in your house.

68.            Get 2 pennies, 1 dime, and nickel. How much money is that?

69.            Get a handful of paper clips. Put them into groups of two.

70.            Count the number of rooms in your house.

71.            Write the numbers from 9 – 39.

72.            Count from 14 to 45.

73.            Draw clocks to show these times: 4:00, 3:00, 5:00, 12:00.

74.            Draw a circle. Color half of it.

75.            Count all of the doorknobs in your house.

76.            Practice writing the numbers 1-20.

77.            How many Thursdays are in this month?

78.            Pretend you are a shape. Have a friend or parent guess what you are.

79.            Start from 20 and count to 50.

80.            Get a handful of coins. Put them in groups of ten.

81.            Count from 25 to 65.

82.            Practice writing the numbers 10-40.

83.            Draw a rectangle. Color half of it.

84.            Solve these: 10+1=? 18+1=? 14+1=? 15+1=? 19+1=?

85.            Count to 100.

86.            Line up 10 small toys. Point to the 4th, 5th, and 6th.

87.            Write the numbers from 14-36.

88.            Count to 55 by fives.

89.            Start from 10; count to 100 by tens.

90.            Draw a diamond. Draw a line to divide it in half.

92.            Count the glasses in your house.

93.            Get a handful of beans. Put them into groups of 2.

94.            Write lower case “b” and “d” 10 times each. Compare how they are alike and different.

95.            Find things that come in twos.

96.            Help set the table. Did you make a pattern?

97.            Make a pattern using pennies and nickels.

98.            Find a can of soup. Now find 2 things smaller and 2 things larger.

99.            Find 4 soft things and 4 hard things. Make a pattern.

100.       Count the numbers on a clock. Which one is your age?

101.       Use spoons to measure the length of your kitchen table. Is it longer than 10 spoons?

102.       Find a story book. How many pages does it have? What number would come next?

103.       Count the buttons on your clothes.

104.       Which is longer, a fork or a spoon?

105.       What number comes before 20? Count backwards from 20.

106.       Count the walking steps from your bed to your kitchen. Write the number correctly.

107.       Get a can of soup. Find 4 things that are heavier and 4 that are lighter.

108.       What time will it be in one hour if the big hand is pointing to the 3? How about 7?

109.       Count how many beans will fill a cup.

110.       Draw a square. Draw 3 balls inside, 3 balls above, and 3 balls below.

111.       Draw 3 cats. How many eyes are there? How many paws? How many tails?

112.       How many legs do 4 dogs have altogether?

113.       Count the letters in your first, middle, and last name. Write it out.

114.       Count how many books you have in your house.

115.       How many toys do you have in your room?

116.       Get 10 dimes. Count them by tens.

117.       What time is it on the clock? What time will it be in 3 hours? 5 hours?

118.       Write down the numbers from 1 to 20. Cut them out, mix them up, and put them back in order.

119.       Count the number of eyes there are in your family. Can you count them by twos?

120.       Count the number of shirts that you have.

121.       Count how many days are left in this month.

122.       How many years until you are 20 years old?