Young children show a lot of interest in pre-math and pre-literacy skills. They are curious and observant, and they want to be competent in the skills that their families and society value — such as reading the instructions for assembling a toy, or selecting the correct coins to pay for a purchase.
Matching games, sorting games, counting games, and board games build children’s understanding of number, categories and sequence, which supports later math learning.
To prepare children for the academic demands of kindergarten, teachers offer a wide variety of games and activities that help children acquire math and literacy skills.
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