How to Teach your Baby Math

How to Teach your Baby Math

Book - 2005
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Now revised and updated, this guide shows just how easy and pleasurable it is to teach young children mathematics through the development of thinking and reasoning skills.
Publisher: Garden City Park, NY : Square One Publishers, ©2005.
Edition: Rev. and updated.
ISBN: 9780757001895
0757001890
9780757001840
075700184X
Branch Call Number: 649.68 Doman
Characteristics: 242 pages :,illustrations ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Doman, Janet

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lawrence80
Oct 24, 2012

Very easy to read (no scientific language or references within the body of the text) with a great underlining message: break down pre-conceived notions about learning because babies are very quick to learn about everything.

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Cheryl_B
Mar 12, 2011

Omigod - this is mind-blowing !! I recommend this for all parents if they want to make math easy for their children ! This book states that it is easier and way more fun for kids to learn at one year than it is for them to learn at age six. Babies are hungry to learn, hence they tear into everything you own (driving you crazy). Spare yourself and your child hours of agony during the school years and set them up for a lifetime of amazing math skills. READ THIS BOOK.

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