June 20, 2014
In this video, students explore spatial relationships by describing and traversing an obstacle course, then making a map of it.
Where can educators and parents go to learn more about smart choices in choosing math apps and math-related technology for young children? Here is a round-up of resources that can help think through the options.
Jan de Lange walks through a few educational math games available online. With degrees of difficulty bridging from Pre-K through 8th grade, these games extend the idea of learning trajectories.
While many studies have found strong relationships between young children's play and literacy, studies of teacher interactions in play and mathematics learning have not been conducted. This video describes findings from a study aimed at…
Jennifer McCray, director of the Early Math Collaborative, provides a play-by-play narration as a pre-k teacher leads her students through a tower building exercise with blocks. McCray provides insights into the complexity and impact of…
In this geometry activity for pre-k and kindergarten, students distinguish shapes using touch rather than sight.