# Path to Math

## 5 videos in this playlist

Comparing: Path to Math
Over time, children recognize that one group of things has the same number of things as another group. Children find a relationship between two things on the basis of some…
Sets, Classification, Ordering: Path to Math
Sets: Children put things together based on a characteristic. Sample activities:playing with blocks (size, shape), sand (heavy, light), water (full, empty), cooking, other comparing (hot, cold, etc.) Classification: Children join…
Shapes, Parts, Wholes: Path to Math
Shapes: Children learn to recognize and name shapes. Sample activities: playing with toys in various shapes, eating varied-shape crackers, using shapes in creative activities, blocks, movements. Parts and Wholes Children…
Space And Measurement: Path to Math
Space: Children learn relationships in space: direction, position, distance ... and the use of space - organization, pattern, and construction. Sample activities: using bodies to explore space - on, over,…
Numerals: Path to Math
In rote counting, children recite numerals names in order; in rational counting, they attach numeral name to a number of things. Later, they learn that each number symbol represents an…

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