Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Play math games with your child Playing games is a great way to learn math and it’s fun for everyone. Play board games that require moving a num- ber of spaces, or card games such as “Go Fish.” Take part in games that require scoring, such as throwing balls into a basket. Talk about numbers that matter to your child Relating numbers to things in your child’s life will make them more meaningful. Use the bathroom scale to measure your child’s weight. “Let’s see how much you weigh.” Make a chart showing your child’s height. “You’ve grown two inches since your birthday.” Use a calendar to count the days until a special event. “Let’s count how many days there are until it’s your birthday.” By the end of the year, your child should be able to count to 100, write numbers up to 20, and give you the “next number” for numbers from 1 to 100.