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Development of Cognitive Structures Related to Mathematics
As children develop cognitively from prelingual and presymbolic stages to the use of language and symbols to...
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What Mathematical Concepts Do Infants and Toddlers Learn?
Some of children’s first thinking happens when they begin to distinguish between things that they have seen before and...
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Error Analysis of Mathematics
The purposes of error analysis are to (1) identify the patterns of errors or mistakes that students make in their work,...
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Learning Mathematics  Activities for the Grocery Store: Kindergarten through Grade 2
Mathematics at the Grocery Store — Activities The grocery store is one of the best examples of a place where the...
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Outdoor Education: An Entry to Careers In Science and Math For Diverse Populations
Over the next decade, employment in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) sector is expected to...
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Supporting Infant and Toddler Mathematics
Early mathematical concepts develop over the first three years of life, emerging from children's development and through...
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Activities to Develop Number Skills
Learning to Count by Rote Singing number songs or counting as a group in the classroom teaches the child counting...
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Connecting Mathematics and Other School Subjects
Although it is necessary and important that we set aside a particular time of every school day for the study of...
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Why Learn Geometry?
Many people have lessthanfond memories of learning geometry. What they remember most vividly is the proofs that they...
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Kindergarten Math: What Happens April  June?
By the end of kindergarten math, your child will be asked to take what she's learned and apply it in more abstract ways....
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