Early Childhood Ditch the Math Worksheets and Stop Killing Kids' Curiosity
Too many early-childhood educators think math and play are mutually exclusive. They don't have to be, writes education professor Kathy Liu Sun.
Early Childhood Small-Group Instruction May Be Key to Mastering Early Math, New Study Finds
New research out of the University of Michigan finds that small-group instruction provided outside of school helps kindergarten students to make learning gains in math.
Early Childhood New Study Provides Possible Solution to Reducing Math Anxiety
A new study found that young students who participated in an after-school math program significantly reduced their math anxiety.
Early Childhood Games Can Help Preschoolers Learn Math Concepts, Study Finds
Researchers exposed preschoolers living in poverty in India to games designed to teach them math concepts related to numbers and geometry, and the students made learning gains.
Early Childhood Articles About Early-Childhood Math Drove Reader Interest in 2016
Blog posts related to children developing math skills were among the most-read articles of the past year.