You know that your kids learn better with repetition and engaging activities. So, weave in math learning opportunities throughout the day.

## Breakfast Time

How many 1/4 cups to fill up your cereal bowl? (**estimation**)

What do those fractions add up to make? (**addition of fractions**)

How many minutes until we leave? How many hours until you return home? (**elapsed time**)

## Watching Sports

There are so many sports math possibilities like this post on basketball math. (**ratios, subtraction**)

## Driving in the Car

License plate addition. Add up the three numbers on the license plates. (**addition**)

## In a Restaurant

Restaurant menu addition. Add up the items ordered before you get the bill! (**decimal addition**)

Restaurant tipping. Move the decimal to get 10%, double it and voila! you have your tip. (**percentages**)

## After School

Search for patterns in your house or in nature. (**geometry**)

How many more pages left to read in your book? (**subtraction**)

Fair shares of snack or dessert. Divide up the food into equal parts. (**division**)

## OTHER MATH GAMES . . .

**Math War.** Use a deck of cards and play War. The winner is the one who can add up the sum fastest.

**Monopoly**

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