# DIY Spirograph Toy

Are you stuck with a pile of cardboard boxes from online shopping ? Then why not turn this trash into something fun which is low-cost and eco-friendly. These DIY Spirograph…

# Fold and Hole Sequence – A Math Activity

Do you know the simplest way to teach kids symmetry mathematically is to do ‘Fold and Hole’ method. The one where you first fold the paper in a certain way…

# The 6 – 0 = 81 Matchstick Puzzle

If you are looking for ideas to engage your kids in some fun and mind bending activities, then you should definitely try out the matchstick puzzles. These lateral thinking puzzles…

# Math and Cooking – Math in everyday life

Math is in every aspect of cooking, from measuring to weighing and to reading and converting temperatures. But what if you don’t have any measuring tools while cooking, how can…

# Shipment and Invoices – Math in EveryDay Life

I believe, it is important as a parent to help our kids understand the connection between math and its implementation in every day life. The best way to do that…

# A Bag of Marbles – Math in Everyday Life

We teach our young kids all the basic math concepts additiion , subtraction, multiplication and division. Soon they master it and we move on to teach them fractions and decimals…

# Magic Square – Even Number of Squares

Did you enjoy my previous post about solving a 3 X 3 Magic Square. Now, you might be left wondering what about a 4 X 4 Magic square ? Can…

# Magic Square 3 X 3

Magic squares have intrigued people from ancient times. A magic square is a square with equal number of rows and columns filled with distinct positive numbers 1, 2, …, arranged…

# Magnetic Levitation

Can you make a pencil suspend in air by just using magnets and with no other support ? A method where an object is suspended in air with no support…

# Candy Chromatography – Hidden Dyes in Colored Candies

I opened a bag of M&M’s and there came out a bunch of different colored M&M’s. I picked the red color one and then the green and then the yellow,…