Awaken your child's curiosity with the numbers one to ten with SNAP:
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The purpose of SNAP is to help adults—at home or in the classroom—provide an environment (scaffolding) to help young children find numbers, their related patterns, and geometric shapes in the world all around them.
Children will notice and connect with the numbers one to ten in ways that develop a sense of wonder, curiosity, and a keen eye for subtle detail. Once they develop a compelling relationship with numbers more engagement with math and science is credible. Observing numbers and patterns can impart a sense of order and inspire quiet observation and reflection; it can also lead to enthusiasm about the unknown.
NEW RESOURCE!!! Math Lessons for a Living Education.
This exciting new math resource can be a valuable addition to a heart-based math education. The book is beautifully written with the Charlotte Mason approach. It contains wonderful living stories gently sprinkled with Godly principles & morals. This book is so well rounded. It also covers Language Arts, Health, some Science, penmanship/copy work & life skills. Math Lessons for a Living Education teach math lessons through the life stories of twins, Charlie and Charlotte. In Level 1, Charlie and Charlotte go to visit their grandparents farm. Each of the 30 weekly lessons start with a story to be read and all of the lessons relate to the story. Click here to learn more.
Math Resources for students 4-8 that provide fun and interactive experiences with Math. We encourage parents to select the resources best suited for their child.
Above all, Have Fun!! Above all, as you math with your children and students, have FUN with it. Many students become intimidated with math, but these resources are designed to make it such a fun experience that the children will look forward to doing math.