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Children naturally explore operations when they manipulate groupings and sets of objects. Overtime the develop the language of operations.

Measurement for young children is really about the idea of comparison, in all of its various forms.

Exploring and creating patterns with young children supports and integrates the development of all areas of mathematical thinking. It is a way of making sense and predictions about the world.

Understanding that object have attributes and can belong to multiple categories helps to both make sense of the world and develop flexible and creative thinking.

These books link literature to math. They help develop various math concepts throughout the year.

These key practices can be repeated daily and weekly throughout the year to reinforce concepts consistently.

Math is a language for talking about numbers, measurement, patterns, shapes, and comparing and sorting objects, and data.

Becoming anti-bias/anti-racist educators means setting clear goals for our students’ learning.

Becoming anti-bias/anti-racist educators means setting clear goals for ourselves, for both our teaching and our own learning.