Looking to help your preschool or early elementary aged child build a solid math foundation? Check out Carlito C. Caterpillar's MathHouse Games. Using sensory activities and games, the Game Card set teaches 20 math steps divided into 3 stages. Each of the card has two different games to demonstrate each step.This description is taken from their website:
The set contains
- 30 double-sided, full color, illustrated Game Cards
- Related editorial information explaining to parents The What, Why and How of Each Step
- Each 8" x 4" loose leaf card is printed on heavy card stock, lacquered to help protect from spills and ring bound to keep together and facilitate play
I recently had the opportunity to review the Carlito C. Caterpillar's MathHouse Game Card set. As a homeschooling mom, I'm always looking for ideas to make learning fun and make my job easier. One of my children started first grade this year and I was excited to see how I could use this Game Card set in her math lessons. I went to the website and downloaded the printable manipulative aids that go with each card. I printed the page that goes along with Step 14, Jump and Skip-Count. She was able to catch on instantly to the concept of counting by 2s. She enjoyed the worksheet I printed off for her to practice skip counting.
My youngest is only 16 months old, but it's never too early to start thinking about education. I look forward to using the Stage 1 games to teach her basic math skills.
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