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Math Play: Classification & Patterning (Part 1)

October 1 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

In this two-part series for family child care educators and center-based teachers, we will explore math learning in the early years, build math into the daily routine, and use unusual materials for math activities. Our focus will be on classification and patterning, the “building blocks” of number sense. Through hands-on experience, small group reflection, and group activities, we will focus on how educators facilitate math learning for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Together we will:
  • Learn about children’s mathematical development from infancy through the preschool years, especially classification and patterning.
  • Create classification and patterning play opportunities and provocations
  • Use unusual materials for math explorations.
  • Uncover the math, and math opportunities, in everyday play and routines.
  • Develop ideas for deepening children’s math thinking.
  • To use the DRDP 2015 math measures: Classification and Patterning.
6 Professional Growth Hours – must attend both sessions to receive full PD credit. Two, 3 hour Workshops by ZOOM on Saturdays, from 9-12pm.Offered in English, Spanish, & Cantonese on separate dates:Chinese: Sept. 10 & 24  w/ SuellenEnglish: Oct. 01 & 15 w/ CaseySpanish: Oct. 22 & 29  w/ Yudy

Details

Date:
October 1
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm

“I think our staff really benefited from all the training. All the trainings allowed the staff to explore and think differently and keep up-to-date….”

-Helen Lao, Co-Director, Little Footprints Preschool