October 28, 2020 | Sossi Essajanian
Children’s natural interest in numeracy, shapes, quantitative, and spatial relations play out in everyday activities. From counting to 20 when washing hands, to checking if everyone is at school that day, to noticing how two triangle Magnatiles make a square, these early experiences provide opportunities for concepts and properties to be naturally discovered.
Mathematics are embedded in patterns, numbers, relationships, and children engage with these organically during all times of the day!
Counting how many Bs are in a rhyme
Counting and clapping syllables in each person’s name