By Rachel Olson, Michèle Mazzocco, and Sheila Williams Ridge
By Sarah Pan and Michèle Mazzocco
This time of year is perfect for appreciating the warm sun and company that a farmers’ market can provide. In addition to a variety of fruits and vegetables, you can find many examples of early math at the farmers’ market. A visit to the…
Activities such as card games, shape puzzles, and building with Legos offer great opportunities to practice early math. But, if the activities are too easy or too difficult, children quickly get bored or frustrated. …
By the DREME Family Math team
By Jenny Yun-Chen Chan and Michèle Mazzocco
● All kinds of play present opportunities to develop children’s early math skills.
● A great way to promote early math learning is to expand on children’s own comments and observations, letting children lead the play.
● We share ideas for…
By Herbert P. Ginsburg
It is often said that math is all around us. Playgrounds, for instance, can be a great place for caregivers and children to explore the math around them as they play. Let’s see what that means for a young child and a caregiver. …
By Eric Dearing and Sara Schnitzer
“How many elephants are on this page? Let’s…
By Jenny Yun-Chen Chan, Michèle Mazzocco, and Megan Onesti