Big Math Activities for Young Children for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Primary Children
Delmar Publishers, 1998 - Education - 259 pages
This practical guide to math related education for young children is a reality based text that provides a wide selection of activities and investigations for young children. Activities are easy to understand and use inexpensive and readily available materials. Multilevel activities provide increasingly advanced skills for preschool through third grade and have been designed to promote mathematical reasoning, communication and problem solving skills which can excite young learners about math.
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ADVANCED VARIATION Allow the learner and/or Appendix Ask the learner buttons cards numbered Cheerios circles clap clock coins color cookies count the number crayons critter different number dime dots draw a picture EASIER VARIATION EASIERVARIATION example five five pennies fold fraction Froot Loops further challenge game board glasses graph grid groups halves hand Help the learner HERE'S identify inches learner appears ready learner count learner draw learner place learner to count learners find M&Ms marbles marker match measure milk carton scale modify dice nickel Note number cards number line number sentence paper clips pattern pencils pennies Photocopy piece of paper pieces of candy play dough player rolls raisins record rectangles relief prints shapes shown side small number small objects space spinner square straws string subtraction tablespoons talk tally marks tape temperature thermometer Tic-Tac-Toe triangles WALK GAME wins young learners