February 13, 2013
A child explains the attendance chart he uses in class.
Children who have strong spatial reasoning abilities also have an advantage when it comes to learning the number line and solving math problems, researchers at the University of Chicago say. For more information about this…
A child builds structures using magnetic blocks.
Using a number line with the digits hidden from view, a student counts backwards and forwards.
In this geometry activity for pre-k and kindergarten, students distinguish shapes using touch rather than sight.
After graphing their shoes based on specific characteristics, a class discusses the results and draws some conclusions.
A class draws pictures of their shoes and organizes them on a graph based on various characteristics.
A class organizes their shoes on a grid based on specific characteristics.
A teacher gets her class in the right mindset for thinking about data analysis.