Math-related resources and free stuff for teachers.
October 11, 2016
A child is pushed to decipher the repeating pattern in an array of blocks. Then he attempts to continue the pattern.
This Spanish-language example of a rekenrek attendance routine demonstrates how one teacher can mathematize an everyday activity.
A quick matching game with dot cards is a fun way for preschoolers to practice recognizing small sets without counting.
A kindergarten teacher makes a strong case for how time spent playing with blocks supports mathematical thinking and learning in her classroom.
Building block towers provides a natural opportunity to measure height. In this scene, children use strings and a broom.
Preschool storytime is a great time to teach mathematics! In this video, two teachers use Ellen Stoll Walsh's "Mouse Count" to illustrate the concept of "less and more."
At Chase Elementary in Chicago, teachers from PreK to 5th grade meet regularly in grade level teams with the goal of sharing their practice.
Students create visual representations of different numbers. All children will benefit most from exploring number arrangements by beginning with 3 and moving up from that.
Phil Daro compares and contrasts the answer-getting learning style of the United States with the collaborative learning style of Japan.
On April 21, 2016, the Early Math Collaborative was invited to the White House to attend its Symposium on Early STEM.