Big Math Activities for Young Children for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Primary Children

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Delmar Publishers, 1998 - Education - 259 pages
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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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James L. Overholt, Ed.D., has over 30 years of teaching experience and is currently Professor of Education at California State University, Chico, where he specializes in mathematics education for both practicing and prospective teachers.

Nancy H. Aaberg, M.Ed., also with over 30 years of experience as a public school educator, is now the Superintendent of Schools for the Yuba City Unified School District in Yuba City, California.

James F. Lindsey, Ed.D., taught in the upper grades of elementary school; high school music, social studies, and mathematics; and was a principal. In addition, he served as Professor of Education for 21 years at California State University, Chico, at which he is now Professor Emeritus.

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