Children learn through play. When children are allowed ample time to play and explore, they develop a higher level of thinking since free play allows them to develop reasoning and problem solving skills. Some skills that are foundation to cognitive development and are critical predictors of school success include Math and Science through the inquiry approach. Our program promotes developmentally appropriate knowledge and skills of mathematics. Children are allowed to explore with manipulative materials that engage them in math reasoning and lend themselves to allow for teacher-guided learning activities. Activities that encourage number sense; classification and patterning; measurement; properties of objects, shape and size; and problem solving will be explored and integrated into other areas of curriculum. Activities will include counting, sorting, rhythmic clapping and movement, group time games, and setting the table for snack.
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