1. Rearrange the Tupperware Drawer
2. Counting in Daily Chores
Numbers comprise three concepts: symbol, ordinal and set.
3. Car Trips “Shape” Math Skills:
4. Lego Fun!
5. Cooking with Kids
6. Enroll Your Child in a Strong Pre-K Program
“Just as children learn to value reading by being read to and observing the adults in their lives reading,” Earles said, “children will be more likely to value mathematics when the adults in their lives speak of mathematics in a way that is familiar and confident.”
Katherine Earles spent years teaching college students how to instruct elementary students in math. Now she has the joy of teaching third grade students at Christ the Savior Academy. Earles holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Idaho State University and a Master of Science in Mathematics from Wichita State University. She has more than ten years of teaching experience.
Christ the Savior Academy, located at 13th and Rock Road in Wichita, is a classical, Christian School, which spans from Junior Kindergarten (4-year-olds) to 5th grade. The curriculum combines the wisdom of the Church and the best of secular culture to teach students to read well, write well and think well. It is a time-tested model used since the Ancient Greek, Roman and Medieval times. Oxford, Eton and Cambridge have used the classical method to produce leaders for centuries.