Every  child’s mind is mathematical and based on the order and perceptual awareness found in the development of the senses. The acquisition of mathematical principles is seen as developing logically from concrete to abstract and simple to complex. The child who has experienced basic concepts involved with the practical life and sensorial materials progresses naturally to the beginning math activities. We make this enjoyable by providing these everyday activities:

Counting activities (1-4 and 1-10)

  • Counting songs
  • Counting fingers, animals, children, objects in the environment, etc.
  • Spindles boxes
  • Sandpaper numerals
  • Numeral sandbox tracing

Concept of Time

  • Daily routine
  • Periods of the day (morning, afternoon, evening)
  • Seasons