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Use the search filters below to return results. Keep an eye out for some of my top favorites-- my "BookSmart Picks"-- that are sure to entertain and educate your kids! And, many activities use common materials you likely have at home already. Look for entries marked with the "Common Items" icon to find activities that shouldn't require any purchase.

An ancient puzzle, the Tower of Hanoi is a test of logic and strategy. The object is to move all 8 discs from the peg farthest to the left to the peg farthest to the right….

This set includes 60 sticks in 3 sizes, along with 20 curved pieces and two different types of connectors (34) to build both two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. What is great about this particular set is that it allows for making shapes beyond polygons…

Shape-O-Metry allows kids to play with tetronimoes to develop spatial, abstract, and quantitative reasoning skills. The set of 20 shapes also comes with 50 puzzle challenges to push your child’s thinking. There are several levels of difficulty…

Inchimals is a set of 12 wooden blocks, measuring from 1 inch to 12 inches in height. However, these are not just boring wooden blocks—each one is a different animal, ranging in size from the 1” ladybug to the 12” giraffe. The different Inchimals can be combined…

Use this set of 14 clear plastic geometric shapes to show the relationship between shape, size, and volume. The set includes spheres, cones, cylinders, cubes, pyramids, and prisms. Each shape has a removable stopper in it to allow kids…

These fraction circles are not only magnetic, but they are also double-sided with fractions on one side and percent on the other side. This allows your child to make the connection between fractions and percents. It also allows for seeing equivalent fractions…

Tangrams are always a great way to play with shapes and build spatial reasoning. But I especially like this set because it is so kid-friendly, even when you’re on the go. It’s a small, spiral bound book containing 240 different puzzles…

This cute little muffin tin set is a great way for your little one to practice counting, matching, and sorting. They will also have a fun time using the mini tweezers made for little hands, which as a bonus helps build their fine motor skills…

This set of five templates helps your child draw and compare different shapes. Included are circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, and hexagons. There are a lot of templates out there, but I like that with these, the shape of each template is the same as the shapes included on that template…

These tiles are exactly like the fraction strips we make in third grade each year as we start our study of fractions. These are great because you can visualize the fractions, compare different fractions, and work with equivalent fractions…

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