Teaching arithmetic to young children.

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Arithmetic -- Study and teaching (Elementary), Children with mental disabilities -- Education., Slow learning chil
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LC ClassificationsQA135 .F35 1967
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 127 p.
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Open LibraryOL5541560M
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A Framework for Teaching Mathematics to Young Children 12 3. Mathematics Processes in the Early Childhood Curriculum 29 Introduction to the Mathematics Content Areas 45 4. Number and Operations in the Early Childhood Curriculum 48 5.

Patterns, Functions, and Algebra in the Early Childhood Curriculum 79 6. Using children’s literature for teaching mathematics can provide children mathematical experiences based on problems and situations of interest to students (Haury, ), and allow opportunities for children to actively construct mathematical ideas and promote critical thinking by providing a forum for adults and students to ask questions.