Gryphon House’s engaging and instructive math activities for toddlers, infants and preschoolers encourage children’s emerging reasoning skills. Through repeatable counting games and hands-on observational activities, preschoolers learn foundational skills that set the tone for future development. Educators can use these preschool educational activities to inspire a lifelong appreciation of math with counting, sorting, and telling time activities.
One of the many celebrations in April is National Math Education Month! Use this activity with children to create patterns with blocks and other objects. Children learn to look carefully at someone else's pattern, as well as discover how to copy that pattern.Math Lesson Planning
Our collection of math activities for toddlers, infants and preschoolers was created by award-winning authors, and were designed specifically for teachers charged with shaping and fostering early childhood education. These educational activities place an emphasis on learning through open-ended play and exploration. Our library of activities can be easily tailored to inspire preschoolers to think in patterns, learn how to classify objects, and view math as a playful adventure.
At home, parents can engage their children in fun math activities for toddlers and preschoolers with just a few household items. Because preschoolers learn best by using their bodies to explore the world around them, Gryphon House activities are based on making learning basic math principles fun and interactive.
Teaching math to kindergartners, toddlers and preschoolers can be accomplished through investigative play and following the scientific method to uncover how the world works. Connect with us on Facebook for the latest math activities for preschoolers and early childhood education news.
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