Preschoolers like to play. In fact all they want to do is play. Why not play & learn math at the same time? Preschool math activities with base 10 blocks accomplishes this task. You get to play and have fun AND learn math concepts...As well as develop fine motor skills and much more.
Here is a blog post you should review, it talks about Brainwaves and mathematics. If you haven't already reviewed it please take a moment to do so:
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On the next page you will find all kinds of fun math activities, to introduce your toddlers to Basic math concepts.
Multisensory math activities at this age are important. Paper and pencil do not reflect a young child's understanding of mathematics. Their fine motor skills need to be developed. Just because they can work the pencil doesn't mean they don't understand basic math concepts. Playing with blocks makes addition, subtraction and other math concepts visually obvious.
In Module Two you get theory. Here you see theory in practice, unrehearsed with actual students.
Get the Curious Counters Compendium with this book and this webpage your preschooler will have a serious Headstart in mathematics. Best of all, they'll have fun!
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