# 12 Clever Ways to Refresh year 3 maths Skills

Be sure not to send your second grader back to school without a full review of maths facts! Count your way to better maths skills with this fun series of clever activities to whip him into shape.

Click on an activity in the set below to see more info.

### Play Pattern Hopscotch!

Creating number patterns with pencil and paper can be dull, but creating hopscotch pattern can bring exciting maths learning!

### Play Terrific Tens Go Fish!

Make practising addition facts more fun and teach your child some helpful strategies with this spin off of the traditional "Go Fish" game.

### Disclose

Practise your addition and subtraction in this card game. Disclose is a maths activity any first or second grader will love!

### The Game of Nim

Check out this simple version of a pairs game that's played all over the world. It's a great way to practise estimating and predicting mathematical outcomes.

### Maths Facts Secret Codes

For most second graders, a good secret code is just about irresistible. Here's one that builds maths facts while you're at it!

### Measurement Scavenger Hunt

Give your second grader a chance to get his feet wet with measurement before he moves onto the more complicated stuff by trying this activity with him at home.

Countries all around the world have been using the abacus for thousands of years to make maths easier. Have your kid make his own abacus to practise arithmetic.

### Make a Number Game

This game provides your child with the opportunity to create, write, and read numbers.

### 2 or 22

Add simple fractions in this fun maths card game for second graders. This game is very similar to Blackjack, or 21, but it's entirely kid friendly!

### Counting Coins Game

Learning to count change can be tough! Help your child become a master money-counter with this simple game.

### Fraction Board Game

Review fractions with your budding mathematician when you play this fun, educational maths board game.

### Count 'N Catch: A Skip Counting Game

Encourage your child to practise skip counting by turning number patterns into this fun and interactive game of catch.

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