Young Children and Number Sense

16 September 2:00 am
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An August 11th article in the N.Y. Times states that children as young as three have a “number sense” that may be correlated with mathematical aptitude. “Number sense” involves an “intuition–not involving counting–about the concepts of more and less. It exists in all people, including infants…..”

Researchers have known for quite some time that there is a correlation between number sense and mathematical ability in adolescents.

This NY Times article might be of special interest if you  have young children.

Math is fun….and fun learning is forever learning!

Ann Simpson

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