When numbers get more than two digits, it can be confusing to children. Partitioning is used to make solving maths problems involving large numbers easier by separating them into smaller units. Using partitioning helps children to understand the values of each digit. And, the best way to learn partitioning the large number is using hands-on materials so children not only learn by textbooks but through physical activities. Here is a great example from @mathscornerworcester using #spielgaben
Your little ones will love my Bakery Dramatic Play Center! This could be used in a playroom at home, or it's also a great idea for preschool teachers as well! Read my blog post to learn more about how I setup the Dramatic Play space, more about my Dramatic Play resources, and how you can get started with setting up yours today! Dramatic Play works on numerous important skills such as verbal, mathematical, writing, and more! Playing and learning just go hand in hand.
Kids make a hungry caterpillar craft that’s a perfect book extension activity for The Very Hungry Caterpillar. You can choose from 3 free craft templates that allow kids to practice the days of the week, counting to 5, or naming colors thanks to Eric Carle, who is so talented at packing learning opportunities on every page. Once the caterpillar craft is assembled kids can lift the flaps to see the matching pictures inside.
A child's maximum attention span is about two to three times his age, so a five-year-old child would have an attention span of, fifteen minutes. However, it does not have to be. The concentration span can also be improved and one good way is playing physical game or activity that requires concentration while having fun. Here is good example. A child determined to carry out the important operation he is performing using #spielgaben More often child plays, concentration span will be extended.
Most of people know the importance of constructive play for children but the importance of destructive play might not be obvious. It may look like your baby or toddler is simply destroying things or making a giant mess, but she is actually learning. Here are 6 things that destructive play offer to the children. 1) Cause and effect 2) Object permanence 3) Fine motor skills 4) Hand-eye coordination 5) Spatial awareness 6) Problem solving How your baby or toddler engage in destructive play?