Making Time for Family Math

By Reed, K.E.

Match socks and sort laundry. Count objects around the house. Play games such as UNO, Connect Four, and Crazy Eights. These activities are all examples of “family math,” and they can help children build mathematical skills and habits that last a lifetime.

In this video, Reed discusses why families should make time for math and offers parents and caregivers some quick, fun activities.

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