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Math is everywhere around us!

We often think that math is only taught and learned in elementary school, but that is far from being correct. There are many ways that we as child care providers can introduce math and teach math on a daily basis. Math can be as simple as using math words (more, less, fewer, 1, 2, 3, some, many, etc),counting out loud what you see, matching pictures or sizes of items, or noticing similarities or differences in objects.

Have fun with what you do with young children. Math is easy to incorporate into the day and you will be amazed at what children can learn.

Math Activities to do with the Infant/Toddlers and Preschoolers in your program in an easy printable format!

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     Last Modified 11/13/14