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Preschool Math

These suggestions help parents of children ages 2 to 5 use home activities to challenge their children's minds. Choose a difficulty level below...

preschool math

You may find that your 2- to 3-year-old child is ready only for some of these activities, while your 4- to 5-year-old can do many of them. Every child develops at his or her own pace. Try the activities and match them to your child's interests and skills. A little challenge is fun, but too much can be frustrating.

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Designed to promote the learning and development of the "whole child", not just developing mathematics skills, these activities provide younger children with experiences that will help ...

  • get them ready for kindergarten
  • build language skills
  • develop social skills
  • increase thinking and problem-solving
  • promote muscle development
  • increase general knowledge

Go at Your Child's Pace

All children love to have things repeated even when they already know them, so don't hesitate to do things over and over again. In fact, repetition is how children practice what they are learning - and practice improves learning. Some children may need extra guidance when doing some activities. The younger the child, the more important it is to keep the activities short, and focus on the activities that use objects your child can touch and play with.

All children do not develop at the same rate. Many children are able to accomplish certain things at specific ages. For example, at 2 years of age, many children can turn pages in a book, say two or three words together, and kick a ball. Other children may not do some of these things until they are closer to 3 years old.

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