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MATH MATTERS: RECOMMENDATIONS AND RESEARCH SPRING 2014 CHILDREN ARE NATURAL MATHEMATICIANS! Infants can discriminate between set sizes (NRC, 2009) CHILDREN ARE NATURAL MATHEMATICIANS! Toddlers can use spatial cues and landmarks to find objects (Hermer and Spelke, 1996) CHILDREN ARE NATURAL MATHEMATICIANS! Preschoolers can use rulers and nonstandard tools to measure and compare objects (NRC, 2009) MATH CONCEPTS AND SKILLS Big ideas of mathematics • • • Number and Operations Geometry Measurement MATH CONCEPTS AND SKILLS HSCDELF—Mathematics Knowledge & Skills Domain • • • • • Number Concepts & Quantities Number Relationships & Operations Geometry & Spatial Sense Patterns Measurement & Comparison SO, WHY DOES EARLY MATH MATTER? When children master math skills early on, they have a strong foundation for ongoing and more complex math learning Children’s early math skills predict BOTH their later math and reading skills in grade 3! BUT WHAT DOES THE CHALLENGE LOOK LIKE IN CLASSROOMS? Time Spent on Content 100 Percentage of the Day 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Math Language and Literacy A fuzzy picture A more focused approach SUPPORTING EARLY MATH SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: MATHEMATIZE! Talk with children about what they are doing using mathematical words, phrases, and questions How long is your shadow? Can you make it longer? Can you make it shorter? Let’s take five steps back and see what happens to our shadows SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: PROVIDE MATERIALS! Provide children with materials that support mathematical exploration and play with children when they use these materials SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: PROVIDE CHALLENGE! Take note of children’s math learning and think of new activities and materials that will challenge them SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: SHARE! Talk with coworkers, supervisors, and families about how children are learning and what you are doing! SPRING 2014 [...]... SUPPORTING EARLY MATH SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: MATHEMATIZE! Talk with children about what they are doing using mathematical words, phrases, and questions How long is your shadow? Can you make it longer? Can you make it shorter? Let’s take five steps back and see what happens to our shadows SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: PROVIDE MATERIALS! Provide children with materials that support mathematical... with materials that support mathematical exploration and play with children when they use these materials SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: PROVIDE CHALLENGE! Take note of children’s math learning and think of new activities and materials that will challenge them SUPPORTING YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS: SHARE! Talk with coworkers, supervisors, and families about how children are learning and what you are doing!
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