Math at Home Math Access for Teachers
and Home Child Care Providers

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Math Lessons By Material

Note: Small parts create a choking hazard for children. Make sure that all materials you choose to use for an activity or lesson with children meet safety requirements. Small parts are not appropriate for children who are 5 years of age or younger.

Lesson Material Lesson Title
Adult Hat
Adult Socks
Apple Corer
Apples
Baby Food
Baggies
Balance Scale
Balls
Beads and Lacing Strings
Beans
Bear Counters
Bib
Blanket
Blocks
Books
Bottle
Bowls
Boxes
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Bucket
Bucket Balance
Butcher Paper
Cards
Cereal
Chair
Changing Table
Chart Paper
Chubby Crayons
Clay
Clock
Coins
Cold Weather Clothing
Construction Paper
Containers
Cookie Counters
Cotton Balls
Counters
Crackers
Craft Sticks
Cups
Diaper Wipes
Diapers
Dice
Dinosaur Counters
Doll Baby Bottle
Doll Clothing
Dominos
Dot Stickers
Dry Erase Board and Marker
Easel
Egg Carton
Family Photos
Finger Foods
Flashcards 0-9
Flowers- Real or Artificial
Foam Board
Fruit
Fruit Loops Cereal
Game Board
Glue
Google Eyes
Graph Paper
Half Pint Milk Cartons
Hot Chocolate
Index Cards
Infant Board Books
Infant Clothing
Infant Swing
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Infant Toys
Jack in the Box
Jars
Judy Clock
Jumbo Foam Dominoes
Knife
Large Play Space
Laundry for Sorting
Legos
Links
Magnatiles
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Magnetic Board
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Map
Markers, Crayons, or Colored Pencils
Marshmallows
Masks
Math House Activity Cards
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Measuring Worms
Metal Tray
Muffin Tin
Music
Musical Instruments
Nature Materials
No Materials
Outdoor Play Area or Park
Paint
Paintbrushes
Paper
Paper Bags
Paper Clips
Paper Plates
Pasta
Pattern Blocks
Pattern Cards
Pegboard
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Pegs
  • (Currently there are no lessons available using this material.)
Pencil
Pennies
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish COLORS
Photo Cards
Pictures of Children
Pictures of Food
Pipecleaners
Place Markers
Plastic Animals
Plastic Silverware
Plastic Vases
Play Dough
Pom Poms
Poster Board
Qtips
Rocks or Stones
Rubber Snake
Scissors
Shapes
Shoes
Shovel or Scoop
Small Toys
Snake Puppet
Spoons
Squeaky Toy
Stapler
Stickers
Sticky Notes
Stopwatch
Straws
Stroller or Baby Carrier
Swing
Table
Tagboard
Tape
Tape Measure
Toothpicks
Unifix Cubes
Uno Cards
Vehicle Counters
Vehicles
Washcloth or Cloth Diaper
Water Table
Weighted Objects
Worms-Measuring Worms
Yahtzee Game

 

 

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