Where's the Math?: Books, Games, and Routines to Spark Children's Thinking (Paperback)

Where's the Math?: Books, Games, and Routines to Spark Children's Thinking By Mary Hynes-Berry, Laura Grandau Cover Image
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Engaging ideas and activities to develop children's mathematical thinking by solving problems from real life and their favorite children's books.

About the Author

Mary Hynes-Berry, PhD, is senior instructor at Erikson Institute and one of the founding members of Erikson's Early Math Collaborative, which provides professional development to early childhood educators on teaching foundational math and also conducts research on the most effective ways to bolster mathematical thinking among young children. (From Erikson website) Laura Grandau, PhD, is assistant professor at Erikson Institute as well as a senior program developer for Erikson's Early Math Collaborative. She studies the link between mathematical interactions and computational thinking in young children. In addition, she helps professionals who work with young children in educational settings outside of school, such as in museums and libraries, better integrate early math concepts into their services for families and caregivers. (From Erikson website)

Product Details
ISBN: 9781938113512
ISBN-10: 1938113519
Publisher: National Association for the Education of You
Publication Date: September 10th, 2019
Pages: 128
Language: English
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