We recently picked up the 'Bedtime Math' book series from our local library. We checked out three of the books in a series of four books: Bedtime Math: A Fun Excuse to Stay Up Late, Bedtime Math: This Time It's Personal, and Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out. Click to read more!

# Category: Math and Numbers

## Step Aside Olympics, Osmo’s Enchanted Games are Here!

The Math Wizard series by Osmo has every trick in the spell book to help your child become a math wizard! This time the magic is 'multiplying' in their Enchanted Games series. @playosmo #OsmoSocialClub #OsmoMathWizard

## Become a Math Wizard with Osmo!

Learn every trick in the spell book to become a math wizard with Osmo Math Wizard and the Magical Workshop!

## Reading STEMs Learning: A Computer Named Katherine

If you are familiar with and love the movie, Hidden Figures, then you are familiar with Katherine Johnson. Katherine Johnson is a famous mathematician who made huge contributions to NASA's space program. Check out this children's book review on "A Computer Named Katherine".

## Preschool Math Exercises

Check out some of the best ways I've found to incorporate daily preschool math concepts!

## The Chronicles of Osmo Part 1: The Dragon, the Wizard and… a Sandwich?!?

Osmo recently released a new game series called Math Wizard! We were given the opportunity to check out the sorcery behind Math Wizard Secrets of the Dragon! Check out my review!

## Did someone say Family Game Night?… Genius!

Did someone say 'Family Game Night'?... Genius! The Osmo Genius Starter Kit + Family Game Night provides genius ways to squeeze in some special time with the family this holiday! #OsmoSocialClub #OsmoWonderland

## Shape Detectives: Learning Shapes!

Here's a fun way to explore shapes with your young child! Become a shape detective!

## JACK-O’-LANTERN Math

Help your child learn shapes, count, and graph with this fun Halloween JACK-O'-LANTERN Math activity!

## Jaw Biting Math! Teaching More Than and Less Than…

Understanding math language is so important to future confidence and success in math! Read more on how I taught the concept of 'more than' and 'less than'.