Count, Group, and Compare
Becoming good at math begins long before a child enters school. Each one of us is born to be a “math person.” Even babies can do simple math, such as noticing amounts and patterns. Toddlers love learning math concepts and games, such as comparing sizes and shapes. These concepts help them make sense of the world. You can help your child learn math as you play and talk together during everyday moments. By building on their natural skills and interests, you will be boosting their brain development and preparing them to do well in school.
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)