Friday, January 18, 2008

Spreading the Joy of Mathematics to Children Everywhere

For my technology and mathematics education class, we compiled a list of useful math resources. I was in charge of the section for younger kids and mathematics (you'll have to scroll down to find my section). I assembled links to sites with great resources for helping your child (even infants and toddlers) learn mathematics. It's never too young to start. And if you aren't too keen on mathematics, most of the sites have information about other subjects as well.

I strongly recommend the PBS site (thanks Kristi) and the Department of Education site.


And for those of you who just check this blog to see pictures of Grant Quayle, here's a picture of Grant after doing some fun math!

5 comments:

Ben and Jenn said...

Hooray! I was waiting for this day to come so I could officially keep up with you better. It seems silly that I should know everything about Kristi, Rebecca, Brenna, and others (Christie Wilkes, for one), and not you. And the math stuff is pretty fun! I just hope you keep up the pictures of Grant as well as updates about you three. I love that little smile -- it's so totally Berrett! We'll be watching for more math problems and especially more pictures (Ben may actually do the problems!).

Laura and Joshua Dalton said...

What a cutie!!! I'll be sure to check back often to see more pictures of your little family. Is it ok with you if I add your blog as a link to mine? thejoshdaltonfamily.blogspot.com

David and Amy Choules said...

Hey Nat and Tenille! I found your blog through the Harvey's blog (which I found through Ben and Jenn's blog)! You three look wonderful and Grant has such a great smile! Congratulations!
-Amy (Squires) Choules

Tyler, Amy and Kate Waterfall said...

Tenille, I enjoyed the pbs web site. You know I'm always looking for educational activities...

Texas Harveys said...

Yeah! James is going to love all those mathy activities!