Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Susan Sperry Smith.|
|LC Classifications||QA135.5 .S579 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||96022759|
Big Ideas of Early Mathematics presents the skills educators need to organize for mathematics teaching and learning during the early years. For teachers of children ages three through six, the book provides foundations for further mathematics learning and helps facilitate long-term mathematical /5(14). Author Susan Sperry Smith presents the three key ingredients for the successful acquisition of math in the early years: knowledge of important mathematical relationships, number sense, and the ability to solve problems. Through practical knowledge and applications, this book gives special attention to helping teachers /5. This book will help put play back into the early childhood classroom where it belongs. Book Features: Makes explicit connections to play and the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. Offers many examples of free play activities in which mathematics can be highlighted, as well as formal lessons that are inspired by play.5/5(1). This book is a must read for early childhood math teachers. I think it is wonderful for parents, too. There is a nice history of early childhood math education. There are also wonderful ideas for "mathmetizing" activities. I was very pleased that the author addressed math topics besides by:
Early Childhood Mathematics Skill Development in the Home Environment. Editors: Blevins-Knabe, Belinda, Austin, Ann M Berghout (Eds.) Free Preview Provides developmentally appropriate guided instruction for mathematics learning in early childhood Buy this book eB08 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN Early Childhood Mathematics Education Research. This important new book synthesizes relevant research on the learning of mathematics from birth into the primary grades from the full range of these complementary by: Early Childhood Mathematics 4 Recommendations Within the classroom To achieve high-quality mathematics edu-cation for 3- to 6-year-old children, teach-ers2 and other key professionals should 1. Enhance children’s natural interest in mathematics and their disposition to use it to make sense of their physical and social worlds. This book brings together the combined wisdom of a diverse group of experts involved with early childhood mathematics. The book originates from the landmark Conference on Standards for Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten Mathematics Education, attended by representatives from almost every state developing standards for young children's mathematics; federal government officials Cited by:
In early childhood, we encourage STEAM teaching to integrate these subject areas within a meaningful context. Books, Games, and Routines to Spark Children’s Thinking. The e-book version of the publication, Where’s the Math? Books, Games, and Routines to Spark Children’s Thinking. *All sales are final. Returns will not be honored. Assessment for Learning: Early Childhood Exemplars Book Mathematics Pängarau.9 It includes short papers as well as information about mathematical learning and examples of young children putting mathematical ideas into action. Te Aho Tukutuku uses the Te Käkano framework It recognises the movement and unfolding. It is the documentation of an innovative, bi-directional process of connecting research and practice in early childhood mathematics. The book translates research on early mathematics from developmental psychology into terms that are meaningful to teachers and readily applicable in early childhood classrooms. Preschoolers are like sponges eagerly awaiting to soak in new concepts and facts. Hands-on activities are the number one way that little ones make sense of new things. But, listening to great preschool books for kids enriches those experiences. Today we are exploring preschool math books. This list is a little heavy on counting books. I couldn’t help myself.