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  • Elonda Blanchard

    Math is one of the most anxiety-inducing four-letter words. If just the thought of math takes you back to those long, confusing hours spent in algebra, you might avoid it at all costs when working with your 3-year-old. Fortunately, you can relax because preschoolers develop math skills through play. Rather than solving for X, your budding brainiac will gain an awareness of and appreciation for math while having fun and bonding with you. Engaging, three-dimensional objects take the place of ...

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    Preschool and Kindergarten Math Activities . Education | PBS Parents

  • Shirley Power

    Tips for Helping Children Learn . Supporting Your Learner . Going to School . Education | PBS Parents

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