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Where's the Math?


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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • How Are These the Same and Different?
  • What Comes Next?
  • How Many Do We Have, Need, or Want?
  • How Big Is It?
  • Where Is It?
  • Is It Fair?

About the Author

Mary Hynes-Berry, PhD, is senior instructor at Erikson Institute and one of the founding members of Erikson's Early Math Collaborative, which provides professional development to early childhood educators on teaching foundational math and also conducts research on the most effective ways to bolster mathematical thinking among young children.

Laura Grandau, PhD, is assistant professor at Erikson Institute as well as a senior program developer for Erikson's Early Math Collaborative. She studies the link between mathematical interactions and computational thinking in young children. In addition, she helps professionals who work with young children in educational settings outside of school, such as in museums and libraries, better integrate early math concepts into their services for families and caregivers.


This great resource not only supports teachers as they cultivate mathematical thinkers in fun, developmentally appropriate ways, it does so by naturally infusing rich conversations and early literacy skills! A must-have addition to any early childhood classroom. --Jessica Mercer Young, Senior Research Scientist, Education Development Center This book is an insightful guide to helping children discover, learn from, and fall in love with the math that is all around them. While clearly grounded in early math learning research, it's written in a style that makes the topic approachable, immediately useful, and compelling. --Eric Dearing, Professor of Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology, Boston College Where's the Math? shows you how to support children's mathematical thinking and inspires you to look at everyday experiences through a mathematical lens. Using this resource, you can intentionally shape your "math talk" to help children understand the relationship between their play and the big ideas in math. --Cate Heroman, Early Childhood Consultant and Author, Cate Heroman, LLC This book is much more than a collection of activities--it is an engaging set of explorations teachers can adapt to engage young learners in finding the math that is all around us. --Jie-Qi Chen, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Founder of the Early Math Collaborative, Erikson Institute At last! This well-written book gives concrete examples of ways to build on children's natural wonder and curiosity about the world and to support their mathematics learning. Where's the Math? is a valuable resource for any early childhood educator. --Kristen E. Reed, Senior Project Director, Education Development Center Each chapter of this must-read resource describes practical classroom activities for increasing children's mathematical thinking and concept mastery through real-life investigations and problem-solving situations. --Danielle Davis, Pre-K Teacher, Metro Nashville Public Schools The authors of this important book make a compelling case that mathematics is everywhere in the lives of all young children. It is a valuable resource for early childhood educators who are committed to seeing the math. --Danny Bernard Martin, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago Flap/cover copy: Use the powerful strategies of play and storytelling to help young children develop their "math brains." This easy-to-use resource includes fun activities, routines, and games inspired by children's books that challenge children to recognize and think more logically about the math all around them.

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