Math Exploration-Learning through our Experiences

If you follow us on Twitter, more often then not, you see pictures of kids working with math manipulatives. We spend a lot of time exploring manipulatives like counting bears, tiles, Unifix cubes, pattern blocks and geo blocks. Constructivism teaches us that children learn by experiencing something rather than simply being told facts. In other words, kids learn best up to their elbows in dirt, or building with blocks, counting their friends, or turn pages of a book.

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