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One of the most fun things about numbers is the patterns they make. It's even more fun when the number patterns can be found in nature, like Fibonacci numbers. Read on to find out about the Fibonacci pattern and celebrate Fibonacci Day today!
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Grown-ups say you're not supposed to play with your food. But what if there's art and math involved with it? Read on to play with the math in playing with your food!
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This activity deepens understanding of spatial relationships by connecting words, actions & symbols. Many young children understand concepts related to position and spatial relationships before they have the language to describe them.
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What the book does is allow everyone (researchers & psychologists included) to hear teachers’ voices directly. What important teaching questions should the next round of studies address?
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Here in Chicago, one small comfort in the changing weather is that it offers some opportunities for winter math activities.
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The holiday season usually brings with it any number of family dinners and communal feasts. For young children, this is a great time to engage in holiday activities for kids that have math learning centered around food! ... See MoreSee Less