Enough with the LEGO printables already, because I have found dozens of seriously great ideas for using LEGOs to teach math — and a whole bunch of those ideas don’t require anything but . . . LEGOs!
If you are looking for a way to teach your child a math concept in an engaging, inspiring, and relevant way — start with LEGOs. I’ve broken it down by mathematical topic to make it easy for you to find what you need.
LEGO Math Counting
Counting and Subitizing (counting at a glance) Practice for PRE-K from No Time For Flashcards
Counting and Measuring with LEGOs from The Imagination Tree
Counting by Tens with LEGOs from Teachers of Good Things
LEGO Math Basic Skills
Learning Symmetry with LEGOs and Butterflies from Fun At Home With Kids
Greater Than/Less Than from One Perfect Day Blog
Patterning with LEGO Math from Tutor House
Word Problem Skills from Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Learning Patterns with LEGO from Learning Play At Home
Place Value and More from Boy Mama Teacher Mama
LEGO Math Addition and Subtraction
Double Digit Addition and Subtraction with LEGO Bricks from Real Life Home
LEGO Man Addition/Subtraction Game from Tales from a K Classroom
How to Teach Math Facts with LEGOs from Teachers of Good Things
LEGO Color-By-Number “3” Facts from Homeschool Encouragement
LEGO Color-By-Number “4” Facts from Homeschool Encouragement
LEGO Math Multiplication
Getting Ready for Multiplication from Frugal Fun 4 Boys
LEGO Mean Median Mode Range from E is for Explore
LEGO Multiplication Groups of and Arrays from E is for Explore
LEGO Multiplication from Milk and Cookies
Multiplying with LEGO Bricks from Great Peace Academy
LEGO Math Division
Using LEGOs to Build Math Concepts from Scholastic (more than just division here, lots of ideas for upper level elementary and junior high!)
LEGO Math Fractions
LEGO Math Measurements
A Couple of Sweet LEGO Math Sets We Need!
(Although, seriously — which LEGO set is not a math set?!?)
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