BRAIN FACT: The Brain Begins Learning Math Concepts Early In Development

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The brain begins learning math concepts early in development. Through experiences with objects brain connections are made for learning about comparisons and even quantity.

Research demonstrates interesting findings with babies and math abilities. Click HERE to read more.

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MariaD said...

Moreover, it's not just about numbers. Early childhood is the time when foundations of geometry (spatial concepts, proportionality), algebra (equivalence, unknowns, correspondences, covariations), and the rest of math areas. Families with math-rich environments during the first couple of years of children's lives can make a huge difference in the future math learning trajectories.

November 4, 2010 at 6:00 AM

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