I love getting to teach my children. I especially love teaching them when they're young and getting to see the "light bulb" turn on. There are so many fun activities to use with my young ones, where they don't even realize that they're "doing school". The new Carlito C. Caterpillar's MathHouse Game Card set is full of those fun activities, teaching children concepts in quantity, numeration, and operations in just 20 steps. The 2 games in each step are designed to build on the knowledge that the young child already has.
The cards are sturdy, printed on heavy card stock and lacquered to protect against spills, and attached to a ring so that you can easily flip through them. Most of the games are played with common household items, like socks, goldfish crackers, Cheerios, etc. There are also some supplemental materials used in the games that can be found for free on the C3 website. Here is an example of one of the printouts. They're brightly colored and really kept Sassy's interest.
You can find these cards at Carlito C Caterpillar's Math House Games. The cards are only $23.95, which includes free shipping. You can also find out more about them at their Facebook page.
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