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With the right lesson plan, teachers can turn struggling students into budding mathematicians. The secret is carefully guiding their adventure in numbers [August 2013]View External Website
Mathematical experiences for very young children should build largely upon their play and the natural relationships between learning and life in their daily activities, interests, and questions. [Scholastic Early Childhood Today, January/February 2005]230_Math_Play.pdf
Teachers help build children’s mathematical thinking at school. Families help build it at home. Research shows that an ongoing partnership with families can help children develop math understanding. This resource suggests ways families can support children’s math development by doing activities at home. Teachers and parents help children view themselves as able learners of math through using real objects and encouraging them to talk about their learning. The following dialogue is an example of how you can encourage your child to talk about math. Encourage your child to tell you about a math activity they bring home and talk about how they did it. [September 2005]231_math_for_families.pdf
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