Snack Time Math
Learn how to incorporate math into your snack time. Connect with your child and lay a strong mathematical foundation!
Who would benefit from Snack Time Math?
You have a preschool or early elementary age child.
You would like to introduce basic math concepts in a fun, hands-on, and meaningful way.
Why Snack Time Math?
I want to show you how you can connect with your child and lay a strong mathematical foundation, all while having fun!
My six- and three-year-old daughters and I were sitting at the kitchen table one day having a snack of Goldfish crackers and raisins. Light was streaming through the windows, and we were having a pleasant conversation. One of those conversations that a mom of young children truly appreciates.
As we talked and ate, I thought about how I wanted math to be a part of our daily life, not an isolated subject. And how I wanted to find a fun way to incorporate math concepts and math practice in a natural way.
How could I incorporate math into my young child’s daily routine in a way that was fun, engaging, and practical while not spending hours planning lessons that would be consumed or completed in mere minutes? How could we learn and practice math concepts without using worksheets?
As I pondered these questions, I realized we could incorporate math into our snack time. We started working on basic concepts such as counting, addition, and subtraction during our snack time. I created story problems about the "Katy whale" that saw fish joining the school of fish swimming by and how much she enjoyed eating some of those fish. As the story progressed, my daughter counted her fish, added more or ate a few, and told me how many were remaining on her plate. We also worked on additional concepts, such as spatial words and estimation skills. And snack time math lessons were born.
Math practice became fun. It was developmentally appropriate as we used manipulatives to make the lessons hands-on and concrete.
An added benefit was that we were connecting through a story and shared experience. It was no longer just about completing a math lesson.
That’s why I created Snack Time Math. I wanted you to be able to connect with your child and help him improve his math skills at the same time.
With Snack Time Math you will...
- Be able to incorporate math practice into your child’s day in a fun, organic way.
- Connect with your child over a pleasant, shared experience.
- Create math problems during snack time that will build a strong foundation of mathematical thinking for your child.
What is included in Snack Time Math?
Snack Time Math includes seven videos demonstrating a real snack time math lesson so you can learn how to conduct such a lesson with your child.
Videos include the following topics:
- Spatial Skills
- Story Problems
- Addition & Subtraction
- Multiplication & Division
You will have lifetime access so you can watch the videos as often as you want until you feel comfortable conducting your own snack time math lessons.
Make math learning fun and engaging
Why purchase a math workbook that is consumable when you could use snack time math with multiple children again and again?
Is it worth not having tears during math time because the worksheets create stress and undue pressure?
You can learn how to conduct snack time math lessons today for only $7.
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply contact me within seven days and I will refund your money.
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I look forward to hearing about your snack time math lessons!