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Mathematics

At-A-Glance

The At-A-Glance documents outline domain-specific skills and behaviors of children as well as ways that adults can support learning and development. The one-page documents were developed for use with parents, educators, or community partners.

Resources

Making Math Count More for Young Latino Children
The report includes a review of existing research on the early development of math skills in Hispanic children, and provides research-informed recommendations to help improve early math outcomes for Latino children.
Let’s Talk, Read and Sing about STEM! Tips for Families with Young Children
A tip sheet for families to engage young children in STEM learning.
Let’s Talk, Read and Sing about STEM! Tips for Preschool Teachers & Providers
A tip sheet for preschool teachers and providers to engage young children in STEM learning.
Let’s Talk, Read and Sing about STEM! Tips for Infant/Toddler Teachers & Providers
A tip sheet for infant/toddler teachers and providers to engage young children in STEM learning.
Let’s Talk about the World Poster
A poster to engage conversations with young children about STEM concepts.
Preschool Math Activities
These hands-on preschool math activities help preschoolers get acquainted with counting, patterns, and more.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
A library of math learning activities for children PreK to 2nd grade.
Early Math Learning
This site, supported by the California Mathematics Council, offers practical math advice for parents and early educators.
Let's Talk About Math Video Series
This video series (in English and Spanish) highlights the foundation of early math skills in the first five years of life with fun, everyday activities parents and caregivers can use to support learning.
Mathematics and Learning in the Early Years
This video discusses how early educators can provide varied experiences to build a strong foundation in numeracy.
Early Math is Big
This short video highlights the importance of teaching foundational math concepts, such as: patterns, size, shape, location, and direction.
Working “Through” Math with Dual Language Learners
This short article offers strategies that teachers can implement in the classroom to facilitate dual language learners’ spatial reasoning.

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