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Inhaltsangabe: This innovative resource is designed to help early years practitioners feel more confident about teaching early Mathematics using stories and rhymes to demonstrate concepts in ways that are both fun and meaningful to children. Storytelling as a creative springboard for Maths activities, including outdoors, will also encourage those who feel they could never tell a story, applying it as an effective tool for teaching and learning. Developing Early Maths through story contains 15 sections of activities and a final section on resources. The introduction will include straightforward advice on 'how to use the book' to ensure the best possible outcome, and some theoretical background; touching on schemas, open-ended activities and sustained shared thinking. Each section includes:- brief outline of a story; opportunities for adult-directed learning; follow-up activities suitable for children from 2-5 (for all kinds of early years settings, including the home; scope for outdoor activities and for using natural materials; and where relevant, suggestions for using ICT. This is also a perfect resource for parents and carers who want to explore or extend the learning of Maths at home with their children, in a very accessible and enjoyable way.
Über den Autor: Marion Leeper is an early years teacher and storyteller who has used story and small world play to teach Maths throughout a twenty-year teaching career. She has published a series of articles on storytelling and schemas for Early Years Educator magazine, with s strong focus on story and mathematical thinking. Marion is based in Cambridge.
Buchbeschreibung Practical Pre School Books Jun 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 290 x 210 x 5 mm. Neuware - Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781909280762