Want to learn math – the easy and fun way?
Then take them to your kitchen. There is no better classroom than a kitchen.
Just throwing in a few more ideas, so you can bookmark/ save them.
Estimating how many more bites to finish that plate of idly /paratha
How many days can we use this cooking oil for?
How much grocery can we buy for Rs.200?
Counting and Sequencing :
Sequencing: First beat sugar, then add butter and as the recipe calls
Counting- one egg, two eggs
Learning fractions when the recipe calls for half a butter slice
Measuring how much milk is needed to make a cup of coffee
Weighing onions and tomatoes on a machine.
How to double/ triple the recipe to accommodate the guests?
Sharing/dividing the jamun pieces with a sibling or parent
If you take 3 jamuns from a bowl of 10, how many pieces are left to eat later.
If we have a sudexo coupon, how much more do we have to pay?
If the bill is too high, what should we remove from the cart?
How much time is left for the cake to bake?
Roast the veggies for 15 minutes at 200 degrees Clesius
Can you remind me in 10 mins, to switch off the milk pot?
I can go on and on. The ideas are endless. I don’t detest math worksheets, but they come in way after using math in practical ways.
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