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D+D on PBS: Making Patterns Count

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In the Doctor and the Dad’s newest article on the PBS Parents website, we show you:

a cool way to play, talk and learn with your child

Then we show you:

a cool way to play, talk and learn with your child

After that, we show you:

a cool way to play, talk and learn with your child

And finally, we show you:

a cool way to play, talk and learn with your child

Notice a pattern here?

You ought to, because the article is all about patterns – and how they can help your preschool or early elementary school student start building some serious math skills!

Read our article to learn about four ways to help your kids interact with patterns (three of which you may not have thought of before!).

We also talk a bit about bumblebees and underpants, just for fun.

If you’re into the other things we write, you’re bound to dig this article too. So what are you waiting for? Go check it out now!

“Using Patterns to Boost Your Child’s Math Skills” by Amber and Andy Ankowski
for pbs.org


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