With many schools across the country closing for a few weeks, and potentially longer, due to the social distancing isolation, many parents are looking for ways to fill that void, and help their children continue to learn. I feel like half the country has had to step into the role of "homeschool teacher" practically overnight, and it may be overwhelming for many. That is absolutely understandable, and I guarantee, if you are feeling that way, you are most definitely not alone! Countless parents are in the same boat right now, and are looking for helpful resources like math activities online to help their children transition from their regular school activities to home learning.
Luckily, we live in this day and age, so there are so many great resources out there for parents just like you. The blogging community, as a whole, has so much to offer people looking for things to do, ways to learn, recipe to make, you name it. We've got a full category of craft projects that can help to pass the time for your family, and I also have a post of how to make hand sanitizer, as well as some DIY cleaners for the home.
Math activities online for kids
This list of math activities online has things for all ages of kids. Check them out and see which ones can help your children continue their education while they are home from school. Many of these are fun projects that the whole family can get involved with if they wish to. Simply click on the image for the math activity that interests you, and you will be taken to the site that either has a printable, or directions on how to do that specific math activity.