Students come to understand that numbers are meaningful and outcomes are sensible and expected (Burns, 2007).
Young learners need to learn what 5 is, what 5 means using real world objects.
Make sure your students have the foundational skills in math that they will need to learn more complex objectives. We have made this series to use throughout the year.
Included in the series are units for the following skills:
• Recognizing Numbers
• Number Sense
– enables students to better understand place value in later years.
- if a child can put objects in order, they will be able to do the same with numbers.
- students notice similarities and differences
- creating a set
• Spatial Relationships
– learning about a calendar
• Problem Solving
You can decide which pages of this booklet to use with your kids and how to use it. We are going to print it and staple the pages into a booklet and use it as a warm up activity – one page a day. If we see that the children can do more than a page a day, we will increase the number of pages.
To see all Developmental Math units click the link below.
All Developmental Math Units
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