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    When mathematical learning at school connects to familiar experiences and objects in children’s lives, the math can seem more interesting and make more sense to children!
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    Children will have fun counting, marching, and thinking about numbers—with the help of their favorite stuffed animals! These are great activities for a family math night or visiting grandparents day. 
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    As your children head back to school, do these simple everyday activities together to reinforce their learning.
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More about Engaging Math


Math Toolkit

Math Fun at Home Toolkit

Engage the families in your program in math! 
Print and share these resources with families for math fun at home.

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Books that Bring Math to Life

You can transform story time into an engaging experience that develops children’s mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills! Teachers can help children connect counting to understanding how many by choosing books and activities that invite playing again and again with stable order and one-to-one correspondence.

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More on Children's Literature and Classroom Resources


Message in a Backpack™

Tips you can share with families

These handouts are meant to be printed out and sent home with children as a resource for parents and other adult caregivers!

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Math: It’s Important and Fun


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Tesoros y Colores

Tesoros y Colores era la versión en español de Teaching Young Children, la revista de NAEYC para los maestros de preescolar publicada entre 2007 y 2015. Los miembros cuentan con un archivo digital en internet que incluye material desde el año 2012.

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