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JoeClark

JoeClark (898 days ago) (0)

 

My 4 year old asked me what 8 and 8 makes today and I told her to hold up 8 fingers and then start with 8 and count up. She was really excited when she got the answer and wanted to keep playing the "game". Is that a good way to teach basic addition starting out? I guess I could use change or dots too, or maybe there's something better. I won't push things, but my daughter is pretty inquisitive and I remember loving math and figuring things out around the same age.

 

My 4 year old asked me what 8 and 8 makes today and I told her to hold up 8 fingers and then start with 8 and count up. She was really excited when she got the answer and wanted to keep playing the "game". Is that a good way to teach basic addition starting out? I guess I could use change or dots too, or maybe there's something better. I won't push things, but my daughter is pretty inquisitive and I remember loving math and figuring things out around the same age.

 

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http://www.city-data.com/forum/education/2834423-teaching-number s-very-basic-math.html

 

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