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1. The Importance of Subitizing
Subitizing is being able to automatically identify the quantity of a set of objects without actually counting the objects. This is a very important skill in terms of number sense.
2. How to Teach Your Child Cardinality & Counting
Cardinality is a concept under the umbrella term number sense. It is vitally important in a child's future math skills. Find out how to work on cardinality and counting with your preschooler.
3. Number Sense Development
Number sense can be considered the foundation of all other math skills. How does it develop in young children? Is it innate? Or does it need to be taught?
4. Number Sense : The Foundation of Math
Counting from memory is a fun and exciting milestone to watch develop in your child. Statistics show that the development of number sense in a child entering kindergarten is highly predictive of their future math skills. Find out what number sense is, and why it is very important.
5. Movement Based Letter Recognition Activities
Check out these engaging activities to teach your child letter names and letter sounds.
6. Christian Fingerplays for Christmas
Keep Christ in Christmas with these thoughtful fingerplays and songs.
7. Movement Based ABC Activities
Teach your kids the alphabet and letter sounds with these 3 fun activities.
8. Alphabet Show and Tell - Ideas from A to Z
Many preschools have a letter of the week and the weekly show and tell usually coincides with this. Thinking of something for your child to bring that begins with a certain letter sounds simple enough, but when push comes to shove it often becomes tricky. Check out these ideas.
9. St. Patty's Day for Pre-K!
Start planning now for St. Pat's Day with your child in Pre-K!
10. One To One Correspondence Activities
You probably have heard the term "one-to-one correspondence," but you may not know what it means. One to one correspondence is a part of the broader term "number sense" which is the foundation for all math. Read this article to find out what one to one correspondence is and how you can teach it.
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