I was doing some research about new and exciting ways that educators are getting parents more involved in their children’s math education and I came across Project EQUALS from the University of California at Berkeley.
Project EQUALS provides workshops (not really helpful unless you live in the Bay Area) and curriculum materials for teachers, parents, family, and community members.
According to the website, the page for mathematics for young children and their families is called Family Math.
FAMILY MATH focuses entirely on families learning mathematics together. In FAMILY MATH, mathematics becomes a challenging and engaging learning experience for everyone. Its math topics connect to the school curriculum, including algebra, probability, statistics, estimation, logic, geometry, and measurement.
Check it out here.