If math activities are too easy or too difficult, children can quickly get bored or frustrated. How do you make these activities easier or more challenging to match your child’s skill level?
Reading offers many opportunities for young children to practice math and literacy skills. With so many books available, how do you choose high-quality math picture books?
Early childhood faculty at 2- and 4-year colleges in California’s Central Valley took part in a professional development opportunity to connect around DREME’s early math resources for teacher educators.
All kinds of play present opportunities to develop children’s early math skills. We share ideas for deepening mathematical thinking during block and pretend play.
It is often said that math is all around us. Playgrounds, for instance, can be a great place for caregivers and children to explore the math around them as they play.
Picture books offer many opportunities for young children to practice counting, a key early math skill. They are also really fun to read!
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