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Investigating mathematics with young children

by Rosemary Althouse

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Published by Teachers College Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Elementary)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRosemary Althouse.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA135.5 .A534 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 179 p. :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1085262M
    ISBN 100807733490
    LC Control Number94009125

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    Incorporate some math and science thinking into your annual fall fun with this pumpkin investigation activity! Your child will have a blast investigating various ways of measuring pumpkins, making estimates, taking measurements, and recording their findin. The investigations in this publication are designed to be used by teachers, family child care providers and others who work with and care for young children, specifically infants and toddlers. Each investigation contains a series of engaging, open-ended experiences that inspire curiosity and inquiry as young children investigate important.

    Children books for free download or read online, stories and textbooks and more, for entertainment, education, ESL, literacy, and author promotion.   To investigate the effect of reading picture books on young children’s mathematics performance, a field experiment was carried out in kindergarten classes based on a pretest–posttest control group design with a picture book reading programme as an intervention carried out by the classroom teachers.


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Conceived as a companion volume to Althouse’s popular Investigating Science with Young Children, Investigating Mathematics with Young Children outlines over 50 developmentally appropriate and innovative activities for helping young children explore the exciting world of mathematics in ways that are non-threatening, non-coercive, and very much by: Investigating Science with Young Children offers an informed guide to resources necessary to implement an effective and productive science program.

The book will help teachers fully understand the process approach and encourage them to develop their own science activities for the classroom.5/5(1).

Conceived as a companion volume to Althouse's popular "Investigating Science With Young Children", this book outlines over 50 developmentally appropriate and innovative activities for helping young children explore the exciting world of mathematics in ways that are non-threatening, non-coercive and very much hands-on.

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Description: Investigating Mathematics, Science and Technology in Early Childhood explores the ways in which young children develop mathematics, science and technology understandings through everyday play and investigation.

Taking a holistic approach, the book addresses key areas of knowledge within mathematics, science and technology in the. Young Children’s Mathematics explores the development of mathematical understanding in the youngest learners. Reinforced with classroom video clips, this book provides an in-depth, research-based look at how children’s early learning develops and how teachers can authentically promote this kind of sense-making in mathematics.

The Young Child and Mathematics focuses on children from age 3 through 8 and their mathematical learning. The placement of the phrase young child before the word mathematics in the book’s title is not accidental. It comes first because I believe that the child should be the focus of early education.

Children are interested in math well before they start school. They notice basic shapes, construct and extend simple patterns, and learn to count. The. Teaching Math to Young Children.

practice guide presents five recommendations designed to help early education teachers capitalize on children’s natural interest in math.

Linda Forbringer, Andrea Hettinger, and Emma Reichert, in “Using the Picture Book Extra Yarn to Differentiate Common Core Math Instruction,” describe three teachers who used the children’s book as a starting point for meaningful hands-on mathematics instruction.

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Investigating Mathematics, Science and Technology in Early Childhood introduces pre-service teachers to the ways in which young children develop mathematics, science and technology understandings through everyday play and investigation.

Investigating Mathematics, Science and Technology in Early Childhood explores the ways in which young children develop mathematics, science and technology understandings through everyday play and a holistic approach, the book addresses key areas of knowledge within mathematics, science and technology in the early years' contexts and looks at how they can.

Investigating Mathematics, Science and Technology in Early Childhood explores the ways in which young children develop mathematics, science and technology understandings through everyday play and a holistic approach, the book addresses key areas of knowledge within mathematics, science and technology in the early years’ contexts and looks at how they can.

Make math real. Be sure to reinforce and practice math learning throughout the day, in school, at home, and in the community. Learn math by living math.

Focus less on passive learning (such as listening to someone explain and demonstrate), and provide lots of hands-on activities. Young children (and older ones too!) learn by doing. Relying on a comprehensive review of the research, Mathematics Learning in Early Childhood lays out the critical areas that should be the focus of young children's early mathematics education, explores the extent to which they are currently being incorporated in early childhood settings, and identifies the changes needed to improve the quality of mathematics experiences for young children.

This book. Maths Investigation Area for Open-Ended Learning Novem by Anna Ranson Set up a specific area for playful maths investigations at home or in the classroom, to encourage plenty of open-ended play and self-directed learning with a range of inviting materials.

Seeking guidance, I read Allen Rosales’s book Mathematizing: An Emergent Math Curriculum Approach for Young Children (). His description of labeling, sportscasting (in which teachers narrate the mathematical aspects of children’s activities), and asking open-ended questions seemed ideal for the toddlers as well as the undergraduates.

Investigating science with young children. [Rosemary Althouse] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. --School Science & Mathematics.

User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Investigating science with. The children also make their own sorting games as they explore the materials in our classroom We often find opportunities for math through the books we read.

We had great fun sorting M&M’s after reading the M&M counting book And one of the best ways children develop their sorting skills is during clean-up time.Written for all teachers of young children, this book illustrates activities that promote early mathematics development for children ages three to five and "showcases" mathematics for the young child.Although logic might seem like the most abstract, least likely area of mathematics for young children to learn to use, researchers see implicit use of logic in all children from an early age.

An month-old child pulling a blanket to bring a toy within reach, for example, shows the beginnings of "means-end" analysis.