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PreReading
Preschool Assessment for Number Semse.pdf
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Number relationships in Preschool.pdf
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Subitizing1.pdf
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How Preschool Children Learn Mathematics?
PreAssignment:
Make a list of all math materials you have. Make a list of all the math practices you know.
Bring fifty dots from your Ellison machine.
Objectives
Identify the importance of mathematical talk.
Name activities to support sorting, clarifying, patterning, and counting.
Describe how young children develop number sense.
Support students' number sense using measurement and data activities.
Describe strategies for developing spatial relationships.
Outline a sequence for preschool mathematics instruction.
Agenda Day One
Introduction:
8:309:30 AM
Activity #1:
Math Routines of the Day
Survey of the Day
Attendance of the Day
Estimate Jar
Activity #2:
Highlight verbs in the standards for mathematical practice.
Standards for Mathematical Practice.doc
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PreKindergarten Math Standards.doc
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9:3010:30 AM
Activity #3
Young Children and Math Talk
Classroom Tour: How does the classroom environment support student talk and math thinking?
Activity #2a
Activitiy Inside and Outside Circle Questions.doc
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10:4512:00
Activity #3
Collecting, Sorting, and Classifying
Activity: Would You Rather?
Activity: The Secret Club
Activity: Videos Watching Children in Action
Activity: How to Use Children's Literature to Promote Student Talk and Math Concepts
Carlo Likes Counting
Activity #4
Patterning
Activity: Patterning
What activities have supported students recognition of patterns?
12:301:30 PM
Activity #5
Understanding How Young Children Count
Research on Counting
Activity: Save the Last Word Based on "How Preschool Children Learn Mathematics"
Activity: Videos Watching Children in Action
1:30 PM2:30 PM
Activity #6: Making Visuals Tools for Counting
Activity: Making Five Frames for Small Group
Activity: Make Dot Cards Up to Five
Visual Tools for Counting
Other Visual Tools
Activity #7
Make a Rekernek
Activity #8
Summarizer
Here's What, So What, Now What.doc
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PreReading
How Preschool Children Learn Mathematics?
PreAssignment: Make a list of all math materials you have. Make a list of all the math practices you know.
Bring fifty dots from your Ellison machine.
Objectives
Agenda Day One
Introduction:
8:309:30 AM
Activity #1:
Math Routines of the Day
Activity #2:
Highlight verbs in the standards for mathematical practice.
9:3010:30 AM
Activity #3
Young Children and Math Talk
Classroom Tour: How does the classroom environment support student talk and math thinking?Activity #2a
10:4512:00
Activity #3
Collecting, Sorting, and Classifying
Activity #4
Patterning
12:301:30 PM
Activity #5
Understanding How Young Children Count
Research on Counting
1:30 PM2:30 PM
Activity #6: Making Visuals Tools for Counting
Other Visual Tools
Activity #7
Make a Rekernek
Activity #8
Summarizer