Kamal mangal
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Learn how to use the Frayer Model to reinforce math vocabulary in your classroom…

good- but i'd have a true example so the kids wouldnt be confused. Learn how to use the Frayer Model to reinforce math vocabulary in your classroom (and receive a FREE printable!

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LEGOs suspended in a liquid soap dispenser. Fun to put out at a LEGO party or everyday use in your kids' bathroom! I'd probably search for a cuter dispenser, maybe more geometrical, but still such a cute idea! Also great for the Hand Sanitizer!

A fun and simple lesson on symmetry using LEGOs and a sticky-winged butterfly from Fun at Home with Kids

great idea from learning at home with kids site for a fun and simple lesson on symmetry using LEGOs and a sticky-winged butterfly from Fun at Home with Kids.

Fun Math Fact Game~  Great for review of all math facts (+, -, x, ÷).  Versatile and fun!

Addition/Subtraction game (could do with multiplying). Students roll a dice, move that many spaces, add the number on the dice to the number card they landed on. How many more to make ten?

Make math fun using your own house as a manipulative.

Preschool math - counting around the house. Count the number of doors, windows, doorknobs, faucets, etc. Simple math activity that they can do at home with the parents. Make a "map" at school and send it home.