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A Kinesthetic Learning Superhero!

Dryden Mutual Insurance Company Sponsors More Than 30 Math & Movement Family Fun Nights in New York State By Suzy Koontz If sponsoring Math & Movement Family Fun Nights makes

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Multiplication Hopscotch

Create a hopscotch board with the numbers 1-10, either with chalk on the playground or tape in the classroom. Start at the beginning of the hopscotch board and roll a

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March Madness Multiples

Crumple up 10 pieces of paper. Pick a multiple. “Shoot baskets” with the paper basketballs into the trash can while skip counting by that multiple. Repeat with a different multiple.

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Flower Multiplication

10 students form a circle. Each student holds a different number card with the numbers 1-10 written on them (no repeats of numbers). Another student stands in the middle of

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Easter Bunny Hop

The teacher preps for the activity by placing plastic Easter eggs around the perimeter of the room. The class forms a line and, in a train, the class hops around

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Shamrock Shake

Practice counting by threes! Shake hips to the right and whisper, “one.” Shake hips to the left and whisper, “two.” Spin in a circle, clap, and shout, “three!” Repeat to

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Fostering a Growth Mindset in Children

Fostering A Growth Mindset in Children

Studies suggest that growth mindsets counter the fight-or-flight response, helping us to view social problems as challenges. This helps us to adapt, change, and grow—the chief characteristics of resilience. When we promote the belief that people truly have the potential to change, we free up ourselves and others to actually do that. Overall, fostering a growth mindset in a child’s early years are critical.

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Summer Math Activities

Summer Math Activities to Get Kids Outdoors

All of these math activities offer children a chance to get outdoors and have fun while practicing their math skills. Parents, teachers, and camp counselors can use an outdoor summer math activity to keep kids engaged and learning. Overall, be sure to celebrate a child’s success and HAVE FUN! 🙂

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