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mình là ngươi ban mơi!
  2009-4-25 lúc 21:5:43   
Tham gia ngày: 2009-2-7
Số bài viết: 1278
Còn đây là kế hoạch toán cho trẻ 5 tuổi.
Tên các hoạt động về toán.
Tên sách về toán. Bên đây thường đọc sách theo mục đích dạy toán rồi có hoạt động cho trẻ thực hành.

Dear Families,
Routines are an important part of daily life in our classroom. They provide
children with security and predictability, help build classroom community and
collaboration, and make aspects of classroom life (such as attendance and
classroom jobs) run more smoothly. They also provide valuable and
meaningful opportunities to integrate mathematics and other subject areas
into everyday activities. Children are involved in a variety of mathematical
experiences as they carry out the following classroom routines:
The Number of the Day Routine develops counting and other numeration
skills, such as number writing and place value. Beginning with the first day of
school, we add a new number each day to our Growing Number Line. As the
line grows, children become increasingly aware of number patterns and begin
to use the Number Line as a tool for solving problems and playing
mathematics games.
The Attendance Routine provides a meaningful way to count and work with
numbers and data as children check in every day and count the number of
children who are present and absent.
The Job Chart Routine gives children responsibility for various classroom
tasks, which builds confidence and pride and provides practice with a variety
of different skills. As children begin to understand the pattern of rotation on
the job chart, they can predict when they will have a particular job.
The Monthly Calendar Routine helps children develop a sense of time as
they keep track of the day of the week, date, and month.
The Daily Schedule Routine helps children gain familiarity with time
periods during the day as they order and track their day at school.
The Weather and
Temperature Routines
allow children to record and
track temperature
measurements and weather
observations. These routines
provide rich opportunities for
graphing and interpreting
data and help children
develop awareness about
seasonal changes and tools
used to measure weather.
In the Survey Routine, children respond and record their answers to a
“question of the day” (or week). This provides regular experiences with
collecting, graphing, and interpreting data.
When you talk to your child about the school day, you might begin by asking
what job he or she had, how many days he or she has been in school, or ask
about the survey question and results. Questions such as these often encourage
children to share more information than “What did you do at school today?”

  2009-4-25 lúc 21:20:18   
Tham gia ngày: 2009-2-7
Số bài viết: 1278
Hồi nãy mình viết giải thích về chương trình toán Everyday Math nhưng nó đâu mất rồi.

  2009-4-26 lúc 9:41:31   
Tham gia ngày: 2009-2-7
Số bài viết: 1278
Dear Families,
Welcome to Pre-Kindergarten Everyday Mathematics, which begins a
Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 6 curriculum created by the University of
Chicago School Mathematics Project. This program is based on research and
experience that shows that young children are naturally inclined to explore
mathematics, and that they benefit from exposure to mathematical concepts
when the concepts are presented and explored over time, in age-appropriate
Pre-Kindergarten Everyday Mathematics embeds mathematics into the
daily life of the classroom and builds on the mathematics that emerges
naturally from children’s play. This integrated, ongoing approach helps
children develop a strong foundation based on experience and
understanding. The hands-on, playful mathematics
activities that make up Pre-Kindergarten Everyday
Mathematics are designed to help children explore a
range of mathematical topics, including counting,
number concepts, operations, graphing,
measurement, shapes, position and spatial
relationships, and patterns and sorting. Ongoing
classroom routines, such as helping with attendance and
using a simple calendar, give children real-life opportunities
to develop and refine a variety of mathematics skills and
become independent “math thinkers.” A variety of school/home
connections suggest ways for you to support your child’s mathematics
learning with activities at home.
As children participate in Pre-Kindergarten Everyday Mathematics, they
will find that mathematics is useful, enjoyable, varied, and meaningful. Just
as telling stories and reading books to children helps foster a love of reading,
your involvement in your child’s ongoing mathematics experiences will help
him or her develop lasting excitement, confidence, and competence in math!

  2009-4-26 lúc 19:54:11   
Le Chi 
Tham gia ngày: 2009-3-1
Số bài viết: 33
hihi có gì đâu mà cảm ơn chị Lan, chia sẻ là cách học hỏi tốt nhất

  2009-4-26 lúc 19:54:43   
Le Chi 
Tham gia ngày: 2009-3-1
Số bài viết: 33
hihi có gì đâu mà cảm ơn chị Lan, chia sẻ là cách học hỏi tốt nhất

  2009-7-30 lúc 21:40:47   
vjvj ha 
Tham gia ngày: 2009-7-27
Số bài viết: 11
um chi le chi.thanks c nha.e thay cah cua dan dat va goi y cua c rat hay.

  2009-9-12 lúc 10:21:22   
hang ni 
Tham gia ngày: 2007-9-23
Số bài viết: 6
Các chị, các bạn có thể giúp mình 1 vài cho trơi chuyển tiếp lạ,vui nhộn dành cho lớp mầm được hok?? Mình mới ra trường nên chưa có nhiều kinh nghiệm.Thanks mọi người nhìu he

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