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Have you ever noticed that you're most likely to learn - and retain - a specific skill when you actually have to use it? You can take a class on computer programming, tax preparation, or woodworking, but unless you have regular, hands-on opportunities to practice what you learned, you're likely to forget it.
Children are no different. Worksheets and flash cards might introduce basic principles, such as adding or subtracting, but children need to use these skills in everyday life. Through these experiences, abstract concepts become concrete and meaningful, and knowledge just seems to stick better.
Here are some kitchen math activities that'll teach kids counting, patterning, sorting, and more.