New Article for Families of Students doing Elementary Math!
Quick Tips on Supporting Math At Home
¡Estos Folletos Incluyen Ideas para Apoyar las Matemáticas en Casa!
Les mathématiques sont tout autour de nous !
Early Math: Book Resources & Reading Tips
- For ages 2-4
- For ages 5-7
- For ages 8-10
- Tips for Read-Alouds in Math - This resources provides research-supported ways to engage children in math through books. It also includes a large list of books for children in multiple areas of math.
- Math Books List
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In this version of the game, the child can put together any group of shapes, as long as they touch but don't overlap.
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Resources for Family Math from our partners in the DREME network
Early Math Learning Kit for Families in English and Espanol!
Featured Articles about Early Math
- Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide **NEW**
- Five Math Myths
- How to Nurture Your Child's Mathematical Mind
- Math plus Executive Function - Doubling the Impact of Learning Time
- Building Blocks of Early Childhood Mathematics
- Computers and Young Children
- Creative Pathways to Math
- The Earliest Geometry
- Easy As 1, 2, 3! How noticing and naming numbers jump-starts math
- Math in the Early Years
- Math Matters
- Math Play: How young children approach math
- Myths of Early Math
- The Number-Letter Connection
- Focal Points - Pre-K to Kindergarten
- Teaching Math: A Place to Start
- What Is Developmentally Appropriate Teaching?
- Your Child's Geometric World
- Your Child's Mathematical Mind