Rompecabezas, escondites y batallas de comida
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Developed by the Mixing in Math group at TERC, an education nonprofit, and based on research funded in part by the National Science Foundation, this book is packed with all kinds of math games for young minds. These projects and games, which use everyday materials such as paper towel tubes and cardboard boxes, can be used as icebreakers, party games, and group activities for indoors and out as well as special events throughout the calendar year. Whether in the car, on the bus, in a waiting room, or at the dinner table, the varied games and activates in this book serve as the perfect introduction to math for young children.
Marlene Kliman is the senior scientist and director of the Mixing in Math group at TERC (formerly Technical Education Research Centers) and is the author of Building Number Sense: The Number System, and a coauthor of How Many in All?, Number Games & Story Problems: Addition & Subtraction, and Ten Everyday Math Activities for Parents and Kids. She lives in Newton, Massachusetts. Valerie Martin is a senior web and graphic designer at TERC who specializes in conveying math and science concepts in a clear and visually appealing manner. She designs web- and print-based curricula, games, and educational resources for a wide range of audiences. She lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Nuria Jaumot-Pascual is a senior research associate at TERC. She has 20 years experience as a Spanish-English bilingual preschool and after-school teacher, staff developer, and educational researcher. She lives in Athens, Georgia.
"Help[s] kids learn that math is not only important but fun." —Faedra Lazar Weiss, senior research associate, Girls Inc.