Math Games for Kids


Do your kids ever notice how many items can be found two-by-two in nature? Walk around your neighborhood to find numerous natural pairs.

What You'll Need:

  • Paper pad
  • Pens or pencils

How to Play Two-by-Two:

Step 1: ­Round up your kids, and take a walk around your house, your yard, your neighborhood. How many things can they find that seem to come in pairs?

Step 2: Did they run out of twos? Have them look for natural fours or dozens or hundreds. Compare your children's list with one of their friend's. This also makes a great party game for teams.

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