Tag Archives: 2 years old

Making Cubes

Today I used Magformers to show Zoe how to make a cube. Then I said, “Now you do it.” She made me three! Here are the step-by-step pictures for one of them (if you go through them very quickly, it’ll … Continue reading

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Subitizing, Counting, and Rearranging

Zoe really likes playing bingo. Today, after we finished a game, I decided to take advantage of the pretty blue chips to conduct a little experiment. Here it is (mostly in pictures). M: How many chips are there? Z: One … Continue reading

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A one-legged teacher

This is a follow-up post to Fingers are not like Hands.  My husband suggested that Zoe was able to tell me how many hands everyone had because I asked her only about people she knew.  The thinking was that she just … Continue reading

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Fingers are not like hands

Zoe (2y. 3mo.) has recently gotten pretty good at counting up to 10 objects.  Today, as we were out on a walk, I decided that it was time to start taking advantage of this and chatting math with her.  Here … Continue reading

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