Playing with Numbers: A Parent's "How-To" Guide for Teaching Math to Your Pre-Schooler
A book for parents of pre-schoolers who wish to introduce their child to math. No special or advanced math knowledge is needed on the parents' part. No additional purchases are necessary -- most of the games simply require paper and color pencils. More
Pre-schoolers who are introduced to math at home will do better in school, and quite likely in adult life, too. This is what a number of recent studies have found. Even better – children simply need to be taught basic mathematical concepts, not anything fancy. Those basic concepts are what this book is all about.
Unlike many other math books, this book does not have colouring pages for your child to colour. It has been written for you, the parent. Your child does not need pretty pictures and colours in order to learn – not when there is a world of colour, and things to see, all around her.
As a parent, you do not need a degree in mathematics to use this book. You do not need to be a math teacher to teach a preschooler how to understand and have fun with numbers. You do not even need to be good at math yourself. This book will show you how to provide your child with a solid understanding of math. It will also help her enjoy it.
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