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Teacher Resource Ages Find out how each page 3-6 of this book aligns to Standards and Benchmarks for YOUR STATE! Visitwww.MHstandards.com. 1. Select your state. 2. Select your subject. 3. Select your grade. See a page-by-page summary of each product that meets your state Standards and Benchmarks.Learning about numbers is an essential part of any earlychildhood curriculum. This book is designed as a resource • Includes 101 Ideasfor helping young children learn about numbers and for Teachingcounting. Both cooperative and individual learning are Numbersencouraged through hands-on, developmentally-appropriate activities. You will find activities to foster • Spans Multiplechildren’s social and emotional development, build Curriculumlanguage and literacy skills, and develop an Areasunderstanding of basic math concepts. You will also findscience activities that get everyone involved, and art • Activitiesactivities that inspire creativity and cooperation. As you Individuallywork with the activities in this book, you will find that Numberedopportunities for learning about numbers are everywhere. and TitledWith this book as a resource, you can help make learningabout numbers and counting an adventure of fun and • Supports Populardiscovery. An Early Childhood Standards Correlation KindergartenChart is included to help you quickly identify activities Standardsthat focus on a specific skill. Visit our Web site at www.MHteachers.com. ISBN 1-57029-488-7 WPH99030
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101ACTIVITIES Ages 3–6 By Gayle Bittinger Illustrations by Gary Mohrman Published by Totline® Publications an imprint of
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