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Count Me in! Preschool Number Sense Routine
In this ongoing course, preschoolers will think about numbers in authentic ways that will build number sense, and make them excited about math!
213 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 14 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
25 minutes per class
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This class is designed to help children build their number sense. Consistent practice will bring them to a better understanding of numbers and mathematics as a whole. We will not focus much on memorizing math facts (2+2=4), but our routine will give students regular opportunities to develop their mathematical reasoning. At this age, memorizing facts is not as important as exploring numbers and practicing mathematical concepts. In this ongoing class, students will follow a basic routine that...
This class is taught in English.
Students will grow in their general understanding of numbers. Students will develop essential skills needed for understanding of future math and learning in general.
Markers and paper/white board to have on hand. May not always be used.
Students will be assessed by Mr. Ryan by their answers in class. If students do not answer verbally in class, parents should assess understanding based on conversation with their child.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
I will sometimes play a game with the students using a PowerPoint presentation. These games will involve much movement, so make sure the students have space to stand, jump, and even run in place. If not properly supervised, my biggest worry is that students will try to stand on a chair and try these movements. I will always make a disclaimer before the activity "You may stand if you'd like to, but make sure you stand on the floor and not on a chair."
Former Elementary School Librarian; Current Homeschool Dad!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
213 total reviews
100 completed classes
My name is Ryan. I live in Texas with my wife and two kids. We are a homeschooling family and we LOVE to learn new things. Certified as an EC-6 educator in the state of Texas, I have been working with children for about 13 years. I have worked...