Chestnuth math

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Autumn is here and not a single walk is possible without collecting chestnuts.

Children return home with full pockets and wide smiles. And I'm already thinking what we'll make of them today. And since we also have a schoolboy at home from this year, it won't hurt to practice math a bit. Of course, in a playful way. Because children learn best while playing :)

You will need

What to prepare on the table

  1. chestnuts

  2. Chestnut math templates

  3. numbers

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Chestnuts

Let's play outside

Go outside and enjoy all the vivid colors during sunny autumn days. And collect some chestnuts, of course :)

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Chestnut math

Let's count together using free template

Print free Chestnut math templates and place them on the floor with collected chestnuts. Let the children to place chestnuts according to he template and show them how to calculate the math exercises. Use wooden numbers or simply write colorful numbers on the paper. This can be used to show the results of the exercises. Have fun and learn :)

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