It is very important to support early math skills for infants.
Caregivers, teachers, parents, and support staff have a responsibility to work with infants in further developing basic math skills.
Some suggestions for supporting math for infants are:
Repetition Sing songs, recite poems, read books, or play games using counting repetition. The more exposure to numbers and counting that infants receive, the more familiar and comfortable they may be with math concepts later in life.
Talk about it Talk about the things that you see and experience and connect them to number sense. Infants will benefit from the social and mathematical concepts this way.
Explore Explore math concepts such as shapes, patterns, colors and counting with infants from a very young age.
Point out Point out the different shapes, colors, patterns, numbers and more that you see all around.
Ask questions Ask the infant questions about math. Though they cannot answer them, you should communicate the answers and explanations to them.
Compare Compare similar objects for infants to see. Hold up two different books, pointing out the similarities and differences.
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