We have all been there…trying to get students to develop one-to-one correspondence with concrete objects. You have a pile of counters ready on your table.”Watch how I do it,” you say. “1, 2, 3, 4.” And with great patience, you carefully move one counter at a time from one side of the table to the other.
Backed by years of research and driven by a belief that every student can achieve at the highest level in mathematics, Stanford University brings you YouCubed.
Simply put, Inside Mathematics is a professional resource for educators passionate about improving students’ mathematics learning and performance, but the collection of resources they have made available to teachers (at no cost) is far from simple!
Can English/langauge arts, math, and science really relate to each other?
Preschool is on the horizon: How is your child’s language development shaping up? Use this app to find out!
Today our children in the 21st century are into technology, aren’t they?! Many children would love to stay on their iPads and play “Minecraft” or check out fun videos rather than do any fun crafts or projects.
With all of the testing going on in classrooms today, school–just plain and simple–isn’t as fun as it used to be. Teachers are worried about their students’ performance and about being evaluated on how well their kids perform, regardless of how “at-risk” they are or the many factors influencing their learning.
I’m so excited to share my colleague’s website called www.PK-pages.com. Have you seen it?!
As parents we want the best for our children, but sometimes when challenges arise we aren’t sure where to turn. We often don’t have the right resources to tap into, and at times we might just like a “coach” in life to help us! This website is great for parents with children from 3-20 years old. It is so easy to use!