There are many ways families can include math in their daily routines to help counter pandemic-related math learning loss. As first appeared in The Washington Post on Feb. 16, 2021. Reprinted with permission.
A playful activity to get children moving around while supporting the development of shape and geometry skills.
The messages that parents and caregivers send to their children while engaging in math can shape the way that children think about math.
Early math learning tips and powerful insights from real families who discuss creative ways to explore math together.
Videos that explain children’s thinking are useful for everyone who is interested in supporting early math teaching and learning.
Magician’s Tricks is a fun card game for families that helps young children learn and practice counting skills and number relationships.
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