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What is there more of?

Is your child completely unfamiliar with math? Maybe she doesn’t even know how to count yet? Excellent! That means she has the opportunity to make real discoveries, and our job is to pose the right questions to her. Even if your child can count, “one, two, three...”, it’s likely she just memorized the numbers. But memorization doesn’t help to get a sense of what quantity means, or to...

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Make Use of your Halloween Candy!

Halloween is over, and now you probably have tons of unhealthy treats at home, and you are wondering what to do with this treasure without ruining your child’s teeth. We suggest a perfect use for your child’s Halloween candy!

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Pumpkin Math (Count Your Pumpkins)!

It’s Halloween week!  Your hometown is decorated and ripe for math discovery. While you are driving around in the evening, or taking a stroll, engage your child with this meaningful conversation.

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10 ways RSM Students Find Math in the Mundane

RSM students see math in their hobbies, in mundane every day routines, in art, music and just about everything else. These few projects have shown us that math is indeed super cool! 

 

 

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Math on the Go: Pre-K Edition

A previous post by Julia Turchaninova titled When it comes to introducing math, how early is too early?, says that when it comes to math, the earlier the better. She emphasizes that just like ballet or music, introducing a good number sense begins with an early start in training and that young children–between the ages of 0 and 6–experience the period of the most intense and easiest learning...

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