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Playful Math

Attend this webinar on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 to learn tips for how to incorporate play into math curriculum.
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Young Children
July 1, 2017

Read the Full Issue (July 2017)

Young Children's July 2017 issue is available as a PDF for members only. Please see the link below.
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Teaching Young Children
December 1, 2017

Play Games, Learn Math! Playing with Patterns

Recognizing patterns helps children make sense of the world around them and feel confident because they can predict what comes next.

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Authored by: Kristen E. Reed, Jessica Mercer Young
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Las formas geométricas de todos los días

Los niños pueden aprender mucho acerca de las formas geométricas durante muchas actividades diarias. Las familias pueden ayudar a sus hijos a identificar, crear, nombrar y distinguir formas durante sus rutinas, actividades y conversaciones habituales en c
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Math in the Bath

Bath time is perfect for exploring math with your young child! Not only do you have each other’s full attention, but the learning can be hands on, playful, and messy.
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Math at Home Toolkit

Use these resources to encourage your child's math learning at home!
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Everyday Shapes

You can expand your children’s learning environment by helping them identify, create, name, and take apart shapes during your regular routines, activities, and discussions at home.
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Math and Literacy—The Perfect Pair

Looking for engaging ways to weave math into the day? You might find just what you’re looking for in your home or local library.
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Math Talk with Infants and Toddlers

From the moment they are born, babies begin to form ideas about math through everyday experiences and, most important, through interactions with trusted adults.
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10 Prop Box Ideas: Mini Learning Centers at Home

Bring the spirit of learning centers into your home with prop boxes—plastic bins or cardboard shoe boxes you fill with materials and props related to one topic, such as math or writing.
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