Math resources for parents
Ideas at Work from the Erikson Institute’s Early Math Collaborative
A series of short articles about easy math activities and games for children in preschool through third grade. Most are also available in Spanish.
Learning Trajectories from the Marsico Institute at the University of Denver A series of playful math activities for children 0-8, organized by topic (E.g. counting, patterns, or measurement), The sequence of activities follow children’s development of mathematical thinking. Activities are also available in Spanish. Registration is free.
Dinner Table Math Hacks
A series of YouTube videos with examples of family math activities, created by Angela McIver
DREME Family Math from a national network of early math experts based at Stanford University
Fun math activities that parents can do with their children, divided by activity type (E.g. Cooking, Daily Routines, or Reading Together). Many include downloadable guides and some are available in Spanish.