|Title:||Practice Guide: Teaching Math to Young Children|
|Description:||Before they even enter a classroom, many children show an interest in math. They notice basic shapes, examine patterns, and practice counting. Teachers can build on this curiosity and get children excited about math with five recommendations from the new What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) practice guide, Teaching Math to Young Children.
To succeed in school, children need to develop skills in five critical early math areas: number and operations, geometry, patterns, measurement, and data analysis. These are complex concepts for young minds. With techniques found in the guide, teachers can make math a daily experience that children enjoy and can succeed in.
Recommendations include the following:
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|Cover Date:||November 2013|
|Web Release:||November 19, 2013|
|Publication #:||WWC PG01813
|Type of Product:||Practice Guide|
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