While shopping with your child, ask them what would the cost be of two or three items, what would 50% off be?
Where did you see math in your real world today?
Talk about how math is used in careers. See math around you in everyday life.
ie: Count money in your wallet, measure and estimate at the store, see geometry/shapes in our world, while at the restaurant, figure tax, tip and total bill, etc...
Read books about math, you can find them in the 510 -520 children's nonfiction section of the library.
Cook with your child, follow a recipe.
Do puzzles together.
Build with legos, magformers or blocks.
Practice math facts daily for 10 minutes. Count the multiples while riding in the car.
ie: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15,.... Or 5, 10, 15, 20, 25...
Measure and cook at home (go to your pantry or refrigerator and look at weights and volume of items in metric and standard form).
Do puzzles at home.
Play math games.
"Math a Big Deal" game cards.
Check out these websites for additional math fun (all links open in new windows).