(PDF) Coordination of Mathematics and Physical Resources

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PHYSICALMATHEMATICALRESOURCES FORYOUNG CHILDREN
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3RATIONALE FOR GENERATION OF RESOURCES.................................................................3Creation of Resources.............................................................................................................3Importance of Resources in Learning Mathematics...............................................................3Instances of Literature and Personal Experience....................................................................4VISUAL PRESENTATION............................................................................................................5RESOURCE IN ACTION...............................................................................................................5How can children use your resource?....................................................................................5How can educators use your resource within educational environments - what age ranges canuse your resource – can it be altered for age/level of children?.............................................6Curricular................................................................................................................................7How could educators assess children use of the resources-...................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONMathematical concepts at the early childhood, and introducing the children with theinitial and basic terminology and concepts will help in education easy at the elementary stage.This can help the child in classroom in application of the information gained at early age of twoto five. Teaching math in a practical way at home like playing lotto, number rhymes, counting,comparison of two things can help a child in grasping easliy.In this report, the basic resources along with their visual representation required to learnmaths by a child and the need for math education at an early stage is being mentioned. Inaddition to that, the ways of using the resources in an optimum manner by different age groupsand assessing their use by child is also being stated.RATIONALE FOR GENERATION OF RESOURCESCreation of ResourcesThe creation of new and advanced teaching resources for children is necessary as itcreates a sense of interest and fun in the learning process. Therefore, by adopting the basic andquick strategies and using physical and visual resources for teaching mathematics to the childrenwill help both the teacher and student to make the learning process easy and will grasp thingsfast.Importance of Resources in Learning MathematicsResources Plays a vital role in teaching math at the early stage for child, as it helps inpractical learning and development of skills of grabbing the information. These are the basicresources which can be found anywhere and if they are used on a daily basis, the child will getthe maximum out of these lessons taught from the available resources and the target set will beachieved easily(Mao & et.al., (2018, December).Countingwill be the first step for teaching as per the curriculum of Australia as it helpsin learning the numbers, by repeating the numbers and counting the objects placed willhelp in responding better in memorizing the numbers by the child(Learning Areas:Mathematics, 2019).After this, the basic principles of math such as addition, subtractioncan be taught.
By usingEveryday Objectslearning math will become easy for the child as by seeing atthe objects which are physical in nature such as books, trees, bikes, apple, etc.(Shape ofthe Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. 2019.)By changing the objects everyday willhelp the child to learn that it is not necessary that the object should always be similar.And then counting with different number of objects will make the everyday learningmore interesting and fun loving(Wang, (2019, January).
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