December 19, 2017
We call 10 a "friendly" number, a landmark, a benchmark. Whatever you call it, 10 is really big in early math, and it's really big to the Collaborative.
The five founding members of the Collaborative reflect on the past ten years of learning and maintaining a rich collaborative spirit.
I’m writing today to say thank you. Because of you, the Early Math Collaborative has been around for 10 years now.
How is it possible to have too many tamales? Well, Maria finds out in the holiday storybook Too Many Tamales by author Gary Soto.
It’s autumn, which means there’s a feeling that cold weather is on its way. A small comfort in the changing weather is that it offers some opportunities for winter math activities.
Analyzing student work has many benefits, from better understanding children's current mathematical thinking to considering how to adjust instruction.
Before true mathematical thought develops in childhood, babies explore precursor concepts that can be nurtured, including during reading time.
From recognizing octagonal stop signs to remembering where the cookies are stored, children encounter geometry early and often. There are plenty of children's books that kids love to further pique their interest. We've listed a few of our favorites here.