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MathArts: Exploring Math Through Art for 3 to 6 Year Olds ebook

by Cindy Gainer,MaryAnn F. Kohl


200 activities explore math through art for ages 3-6: an unusual age range to target, and an unusual yet effective . MathArts contains a wealth of easy-to-do, creative art experiences that encourage children's natural development of math concepts.

200 activities explore math through art for ages 3-6: an unusual age range to target, and an unusual yet effective approach. Children's Bookwatch. Using everyday materials and hands-on activities children learn the essential math skills of sorting, matching, one-to-one correspondence, patterning, counting, measuring, number values and more.

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MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts

MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts. Each of the more than 100 hands-on projects is designed to help children discover essential math skills through a creative process unique to every individual. Hands-on projects designed to help children discover essential math skills through a creative process. Get ready to create and count in this exciting introduction to math! MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts.

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book by Cindy Gainer. Get ready to create and count in this exciting introduction to math MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts. Age Range:3 to 6 years.

MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts. Math concepts include one-to-one correspondence, matching, sorting, grouping, classifying, opposites, number recognition, number values, and counting. This well-organized book provides both teachers and parents with a diverse range of activities for making math both fun and fascinating. The possibilities are endless!

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Find nearly any book by Cindy Gainer. Kohl, Cindy Gainer. ISBN 9783780052346 (978-3-7800-5234-6) Softcover, Kallmeyer, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Mathe kreativ. Cynthia Gainer's creative ideas and illustrations come from her experience as an art and early childhood educator in Pennsylvania's schools. Each of the 200 hands-on projects is designed to help children discover essential math skills through a creative process unique to every individual. Math concepts include: One-to-one correspondence; matching; sorting; grouping; classifying; opposites; number recognition; number values, and counting. She is an award-winning author and illustrator.

Get ready to create and count in this exciting introduction to math! MathArts is an innovative approach that uses creative art projects to introduce preschoolers to early math concepts. Each of the more than 100 hands-on projects is designed to help children discover essential math skills through a creative process unique to every individual. Math concepts include: One-to-one correspondence; matching; sorting; grouping; classifying; opposites; number recognition; number values, and counting. This well-organized book provides both teachers and parents with a diverse range of activities for making math both fun and fascinating. The possibilities are endless!
Mpapa
New book~!!
Quttaro
The book is set up in three general sections - Exploring Counting covers one-to-one relationships, sorting, and patterning, Exploring Spatial Relationships covers proximity, direction, symmetry, boundaries, and parts of a whole, Exploring Number Value covers counting, numerals, measurement, time, and money.

My issue with this book is that sorting, matching, shape recognition, proximity, one-to-one relationships, and direction are all basic developmental skills that a majority of children have down before their third birthday, and this book claims to "start" at age three. Those things alone are about 1/3 of this book. And then on the other end of that age spectrum, 6 years old is Kindergarten or first grade. Skills being taught in schools at that level include counting and understanding of numbers to at least 100, skip counting, adding and subtracting. There are so many things you could do with art, manipulatives, and number manipulation, but this book doesn't get to any of those skills.

If the age recommendation had been ages 2-4, which would match up better with the developmental skills covered, then I would have likely known it was too basic for what I was looking for. This could certainly be used at those ages as a preschool foundation, but the vast majority of these activities will be too simple for kids at the older end of the range.
Nkeiy
The book exceeded our expectations. Almost all of the activities are very inexpensive and are things readily available. (like ice art) So many clever and creative ideas to incorporate art into math and science. It's not like teaching 10th graders geometry and have them make a stain glass window, but rather an art class that utlilizes math and science.
Yggdi
Good resource for math & art projects
Vozuru
Very pleased.
Hellblade
Great
Wenes
Needs to be electronic.
What child does not enjoy art? Two educators share how children can learn math through art in their everyday world.

Features I Like:
First of all, the Table of Contents is different from most books. Why? It's very detailed and informative. Each section has over fifty art activities, and here's what teachers and parents will appreciate. At a glance, the Table of Contents indicates the skill learned, art medium, age, length of time to prepare, whether assistance is required, and whether caution is needed. No need to turn another page; I am sold. However, I did turn several more pages. I discovered a few more things I liked....

MathArts is divided into three parts:

I. I've Just Begun...Exploring Counting
II. I'm on My Way...Exploring Spatial Relationships
III. Look at Me...Exploring Number Value

**Each art activity is explained on one page.

**Easy to find materials

**Ideas given to modify the activity

**Each chapter discusses the concept being learned, and each activity has icons on the top of the page to represent the different teacher aides mentioned earlier.

** Art Medium Index - tells which project uses paint, collage, clay, crafts, etc.
** Math Skill Index - organized by math skills such as money, counting, patterns, etc.
** Materials Index - If you have an abundance of beads, refer to this index for project ideas.

To Be Desired:
I liked everything. It is obvious the authors have put a lot of thought and work into this book.

Comments:
A few activities are more suited for homeschool than a regular classroom. For example, the Patterned Clay Snakes activity requires the use of an oven. However, I think the use of the oven could be omitted. MathArts has over 200 pages. So, tutors, math teachers, art teachers, parents, and daycare providers will be able to find just the right projects to engage their students with fun explorations of math through art.
MathArts: Exploring Math Through Art for 3 to 6 Year Olds ebook
Author:
Cindy Gainer,MaryAnn F. Kohl
Category:
Schools & Teaching
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EPUB size:
1774 kb
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1820 kb
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Publisher:
Gryphon House (January 1, 1996)
Pages:
256 pages
Rating:
4.9
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