Farmland Math Mat Bundle
Updated to make this set more table-top friendly!
What do you get when you mix a bold, bright farm-themed play mat with 72 vibrant farm animals? A crazy-smart curriculum for introducing toddlers to the wonders of math and thinking skills! Farmland Math is 36 weeks of straightforward problems to build your toddler’s skills to think math. Concepts spiral gradually so that children do not forget as they go and include grouping by color, counting, and patterns, plus rudimentary addition and subtraction skills. Farmland Math includes a large, durable, wipe-clean foldable farmyard mat; 72 barnyard buddies in six shapes, six colors, and two sizes; and the 36-week Farmland Math guide.
review by The Learning Momma
”You could 100% ditch the teacher’s guide and simply, talk, and observe, and still get in so much new knowledge and hands on learning if you felt compelled, but I really like having the teacher’s guide because I like having ideas.”Read the Review
Wonderful guide, great for imaginative play on their own, great way to introduce and keep children engaged and interested in math.
My Down Syndrome son was able to enjoy this, while I know it is wonderful for his fine motor skills!
My daughter really enjoys learning math this way! We start by doing the lesson from the book and when she is finished she plays on her own. It is really fun and interactive. I like the lessons that are taught. They aren't overwhelming but do build a great math foundation!
I have used this for 3 kids over the last 2 years and they have each LOVED it. They ask for it constantly and it teaches an intro to math and patterns in such a fun way that they don’t even realize they are learning.
I bought this hoping to keep my 2.5-year-old son busy during school time, and also hoping to teach him some basics of colors and counting. It hasn't worked out yet. He sometimes enjoys playing with the animals, but wants nothing to do with the learning aspect of it. I think it may just be a maturity/readiness issue, so I'm planning on using it with him next fall (at age 3.5) and hopefully it will be more productive then.