Articles about: "math"

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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!

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Playtime! Activity: Add ‘Em Up

So your little ones want to play a board game, but you’d rather not expose them to the high fructose corn syrup fantasy world perpetuated by Candy Land, or to Trouble’s sexually suggestive “Pop-O-Matic” bubble? We’ve all been there.

Thankfully, here’s a game you can let your kids play that will keep their souls innocent – yet give their math skills some serious experience.

Add 'Em Up Game
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