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Number Lines

Linear models of number are very important as they support the development of an informal internal representation of number magnitude, called the mental number line. Different models are best suited to the teaching of different skills and understandings at different levels. This book is designed to help teachers make the best use of number tracks, number grids, and both empty and calibrated number lines.

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Young children learning mathematics: A guide for educators and families

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Robert Hunting, Judy Mousley and Bob Perry

How can a young child’s mathematical thinking be developed? The authors draw on a significant body of research to explain the evidence of mathematical potential in young children and the importance of learning mathematics before school.

Young children best learn mathematical concepts through everyday play and activity. There are simple guidelines for adults on introducing and building on these concepts with experiences, activities and conversations. Early childhood educators will find suggestions on assessing and recording children’s learning plus further activities and ideas for consideration.

Suitable for early childhood educators, parents and carers

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ISBN-13: 978-1-74286-040-4
Year Levels: pre F - F
Publisher: ACER Press 2012
Page Count: 106
Cover type: Soft cover
Product number: ACE008
Keywords: Early years, general

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