When someone says something like algebra begins in pre-kindergarten (or before), immediately others may begin to question their sanity. But the foundations of algebraic thinking do begin with core concepts that take shape early, such as comparing and ordering objects or patterns and the rules they are governed by. One of the best ways to…
Cody Meirick, M. A.
Cody Meirick has over ten years of experience managing web, media, communication, and programming needs for Erikson Institute.
In 2009 he moved to Chicago and began work with the Early Math Collaborative. He is the content manager for the website and oversees all filming and online production efforts. The growing opportunities involving video production and web development for the Collaborative has opened doors to leading more dynamic avenues for delivering resources.
B.A. in English, University of Missouri
M.A. in English, University of Missouri–St. Louis
Big and small, empty and full. Children measure all of the time, even if they're not using rulers or numbers while doing so. There are many great children's books about measurement that spur on their natural fascination with the subject. Here are a few of our favorites. Inch by Inch by Leo Lionni A wonderful…
Making informed and conscious decisions in regards to a child's education is important, but difficult. In the case of educational games and apps, there are thousands of lists online that point educators and parents toward certain apps while rating others low or subpar. Rather than providing yet another list of math apps kids can learn…