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4 WAYS FOR CHILDREN FROM 1 TO 3 TO DEVELOP MATHEMATICAL THINKING



Getting our children interested in mathematics is part of our job as parents, educators and child care providers. It is never too early to start with the development of mathematical thinking in our children and we can do it in a dynamic and creative way, so that the child does not feel pressured, but on the contrary will learn it through their daily routines. In addition, math skills help children to develop logical thinking, memory, improve attention and cognitive abilities.


Here are some ways you can contribute to the development of mathematical thinking and create a solid foundation for understanding and comprehension.




1. Count aloud everyday objects, such as keys, ladders, buttons, among others.










2. Games, dynamics, where the child learns numbers and spatial notions, for example; the game the sweet tooth.







3. Manipulation of blocks and figures, with different shapes and colors.










4. Eye-catching pictures with numbers, this will make children visualize and learn.





These are simple activities that contribute to the development of logical-mathematical intelligence. If they are carried out regularly, they will be adequately stimulated and their learning will be meaningful and enjoyable.


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES


Beristain Márquez, Eloisa. "El desarrollo del pensamiento del niño según Piaget y el proceso de enseñanza - aprendizaje de la matemática". Revista Educación No. 19, Mexico, 1976


Boroody, A. "El pensamiento matemático de los niños". Editora IDRA Visor, Madrid, Spain, 1988.



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