*I have been loving all the unique and fun math learning ideas from my friend Dyan over at And Next Comes L. I asked her if she'd be interested in compiling them all to share with you and was so excited that she said yes! If you're looking for creative ways to mix up math learning - she's got you covered!!!*

I'm thrilled to be guest posting for Asia today. But I'm even more excited to be sharing this huge roundup of 50+ math activities for kids. From counting and addition to tally marks and skip counting to multiplication and fractions, I have got you covered! These math activities are great for toddlers up into early elementary. Unless, of course, you have a kid with hypernumeracy like I do. Then these activities are likely only good up until they're five because you know they're only days away from learning algebra and calculus. So needless to say, we spend a lot of time exploring math and numbers and because of his hypernumeracy, I have had to find ways to tailor age appropriate math activities to his advanced math skills. As a result, these math activities will suit a variety of ages and skill sets. And to help you out even more, I organized them into handy, dandy math categories. Enjoy!

**Skip Counting, Tally Marks, Grouping, & Multiplication Activities**

Tally Marks Math Busy Bag (pictured)

Tally Marks Math Tray (pictured)

**DIY Math Manipulatives & Homemade Math Toys**

DIY Wooden Math Dice (pictured)

DIY Wooden Base Ten Blocks (pictured)

DIY Magna-Tiles Dominoes (pictured)

Homemade 100 Chart (pictured)

**Learning About Fractions**

Learning About Fractions with LEGO (pictured)

Fractions Quiet Book Page (pictured)

**Free Printable Math Activities**

Scrabble Math Printables (pictured)

Math Inspired Journal Writing Prompts (pictured)

Counting Peas Busy Bag (pictured)

**Measurement, Volume, & Shape Activities**

Measuring with Magna-Tiles (pictured)

Building 3D Shapes on Windows (pictured)

Sorting Shapes on the Light Table (pictured)

**Symmetry & Pattern Activities**

Exploring Symmetry with Wooden Shapes (pictured)

Exploring Symmetry with Magna-Tiles (pictured)

Math Patterns Using a Clear Geoboard (pictured)

**Counting & One-to-One Correspondence Activities**

Simple Fine Motor Counting Math Tray (pictured)

Fine Motor Counting on the Light Table (pictured)

Reggio Inspired Preschool Math Tray (pictured)

**Seasonal Math Activities**

Back to School Math Busy Bag (pictured)

Fall Leaves Math Tray (pictured)

Winter Math Tray on the Light Table (pictured)

Wobbly Easter Egg Math (pictured)

**Miscellaneous Math Activities**

Math Themed Water Sensory Bin (pictured)

Integers LEGO Math Tray (pictured)

Learning to Tell Time on the Light Table (pictured)

Number Train Quiet Book Page (pictured)

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