Most young children already have abilities that can be defined as basic math skills. For example, young children understand the concept of symmetry by building towers with building blocks and divide a snack evenly between friends. Even at the age of six months, they can distinguish between two pictures, one with ten spots and another with twenty, demonstrating their understanding of comparative amounts. By harnessing children's natural curiosity, capacity and openness to learning new things, developing math skills at a young age (five or six) is a good start to building key math fundamentals that will serve them well for the future.
Eye Level of Pleasantville understands this and engages with children to make learning fun. With our basic math and critical thinking exercises (such as the one here), we help develop skills that support their school progress and beyond.
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