Introduction to Mathematics
Robin (ed.) et al. Fall into math and science. Fresno, Ca.:AIMS
AIMS activity book. Title is applicable for preschool-1. Each chapter
includes a discussion section, materials list, and a time schedule.
This title addresses the basics of mathematics and science--couched
in real world childhood experiences. Chapter headings include "leaf
the dyeing to us," and "a weight we go." Q
182.3 .F743 1987
M. & Gainer,C. (1996). MathArts: exploring math through art for
3 to 6 year olds. Beltsville, Md.:Gryphon House.
MathArts teaches mathematical concepts by applying them to art;
the introduction of the book discusses the concepts behind this
approach. A table in the beginning of the book lines up each activity
with the appropriate age, preparation and activity time, math skill,
art medium, and a supervision rating. A materials list and information
about the mathematical concept being investigated preface each activity.
19 .A78 K64 1996
C. (1986). Preparing young children for math: a book of games.
New York:Schocken Books.
This title is applicable to ages 2-8. Chapter one examines how children
learn, how to acclimatize children to math by using language they
understand, and how to address wrong answers. Chapter two includes
information for educators and parents on how the games should be
played. The games are divided into sections, such as "early games,"
"shape and space games," "measurement games," and "number games."
135.5 Z37 1986
S. (1995). Math and literature: (K-3). Sausalito, Ca.:Math
This title is part teacher activity guide, and part autobiography.
Author and teacher, Stephanie Sheffield, offers twenty-one lesson
plan--all of which she has taught in the classroom setting--and
each plan is based on a children's book. Each lesson plan is accompanied
by a retelling of the author's real-life experiences in the classroom.
135.5 .S53 1995