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"Parents promote creativity, thinking, planning and other important skills when they let kids take the lead on art projects. The creative spark is lit when kids try to figure out how things work on their own." bit.ly/2xGa2B3... See MoreSee Less
"Although not explicitly about math, Goldilocks entails relatively complex math ideas— order & correlation. Other storybooks deal in an informal way w/ patterns, spatial relations, measurement, addition & subtraction..."
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By using multiple representations of the numbers one through four, this game focuses children on the attribute of quantity of small sets and helps them build a more robust number sense. ... See MoreSee Less
This bingo game allows children to think about numbers in different ways. Children roll a dot cube and try to find one or more matches on their board.
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Children love to count. Counting helps them make sense of the world and to find out how many of something. With time and practice, children develop an understanding of the “rules” or principles of counting. ... See MoreSee Less
Children love to count. Counting helps them make sense of the world and to find out how many of some. With time and practice, children develop an understanding of the “rules” or principles of counting.