Count, Group, and Compare
Becoming good at math begins long before a child enters school. Even infants are wired to learn simple math ideas, including small numbers, patterns, and making comparisons. You don’t need to be a math teacher to start preparing your child to be a problem solver. There are fun and simple activities that you can do now to build math and thinking skills.
Watch the video to see the everyday ways that families count, group, and compare.
TIPS FOR INFANTS (0-12 MONTHS OLD)
TIPS FOR TODDLERS (12-36 MONTHS OLD)