Children’s Books are a Great Source for Math Ideas
Todo Math by Todo Math August 30, 2016

Children’s Books are a Great Source for Math Ideas

Reading aloud from children’s books is an enriching way to spend time with kids. The stories are usually whimsical, colorful, and full of memorable moments that are universally enjoyed by families. So when one of our Todo Math moms mentioned that she integrates math ideas into storytime, the team took notice. How can families best explore […]

Mini Math Activities for Families on the Go!
Todo Math by Todo Math August 21, 2016

Mini Math Activities for Families on the Go!

Have you ever been in a situation that required a long wait while out and about with kids? Maybe you were stuck in a slow line at the post office, a restaurant, or a delayed doctor appointment. These long waits can be excellent opportunities for building math skills, and we’ve come up with three mini […]

Ten Games For Counting Out Loud With Kids
Todo Math by Todo Math August 15, 2016

Ten Games For Counting Out Loud With Kids

Counting is an essential foundational skill for learning more advanced math concepts. Counting out loud with kids in everyday life can be a fun way to build math fluency and confidence. At Todo Math, we love counting with our kids! Here are ten counting games kids and parents can enjoy together. 1. Count at the […]

Conversations With Kids That Build Math Skills
Todo Math by Todo Math August 8, 2016

Conversations With Kids That Build Math Skills

Isn’t it interesting to listen to what kids have to say? At Todo Math, we think so, and believe that lively conversations with open-ended questions are crucial for building math skills. One way to build those skills is by noticing details that boost our powers of observation. Talking with our kids (instead of just to our kids) about what they […]