Presented at the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's 2022 Interface Conference
Early Childhood, Early Childhood STEM, Early Childhood Mathematics, Early Childhood Science, Subitizing, Patterns, Loose Parts, Sorting, Early Childhood Drawing, Elementary STEM
Curriculum and Instruction | Early Childhood Education | Educational Methods | Educational Technology | Elementary Education | Elementary Education and Teaching | Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education | Science and Mathematics Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Young students are equipped with the curiosity and creativity to be successful scientists and mathematicians. In today’s classrooms, strong foundational skills in STEM promote success for years to come. Through play, young students can subitize, sort, draw, recognize patterns, and explore loose parts. Participants will actively take part in several activities highlighting each of these skills.
Armstrong, Cassandra and Herlehy, Lindsey, "Playing with Math and Science in the Early Childhood Classroom" (2022). Publications & Research. 52.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Early Childhood Education Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Educational Technology Commons, Elementary Education Commons, Elementary Education and Teaching Commons, Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education Commons, Science and Mathematics Education Commons