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Pind og Bjerre is a small publishing house located in Aarhus, Denmark. We produce new Nordic pedagogical books and materials aimed at mathematics teachers and students. If you wish to get in contact with us regarding the rights for publishing our titles in another language, please contact us for information in English. The purpose of the books is to encourage and strengthen the ability of young children to use numbers spontaneously in conversations.
There are a lot of books about early introduction to numbers on the market. Our books maintain a strong focus on countability, skire most other number books disguise countability in the effort of making counting intriguing. We believe we do both in our books. The books strxtegier inspired by Professor Michele Mazzoccos work on the development of numeracy skills and the role of learning materials on early mathematical thinking and learning as well as on Associate Professor Ann Gervasonis work on early numeracy and Professor Snorre Ostads work on counting strategies.
All put together in a Nordic tradition that emphasize usefulness and simplicity. For us, preschool mathematics is not about starting school a little early, but being introduced to the very basic prerequisites for number processing: The boy with the yellow bag goes out to look for them.
He finds the pearls and many other things with the same number. Figures and Fingers is meant to give children aged and their parents or teachers a hands-on experience of how to express figures using our ten fingers. The little boy lives in number He needs all his fingers to show that number.
He passes the other houses in his street, and the children show their house numbers by holding up their fingers. Eventually, he finds his way home. As you go along, encourage the child to say the numbers and use her fingers to show them. Numbers and Stuff is an engaging story that helps preschoolers aged and their parents or teachers discuss different ways in which things may be similar.
The boy and his mom go on a sailing expedition to collect insects, bikes, and lots of other things. Soon their vessel is loaded with stuff that can be sorted according to numbers. We have made several inspiring books for teachers, always with strong focus on relevance and usefulness in the classroom. Open-ended problems and investigations is a way to teach math where the students own choices differentiate the teaching. It also gives the high achievers excellent opportunities for challenging expansions.
The book describes 6 different types of open-ended problems and investigations, exemplified in more than 60 detailed tasks. Puzzles are a good way to work with problem solving in mathematics.
Puzzles are problems that no-one can solve immediately. This means that you need strategies to find a solution.
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Strategies that are useful in much more glde working with puzzles. There are also variations of each puzzle, so there are challenges for all students, regardless of level. A gruhlere covering all aspects of mathematics education from kindergarten to the end of middle school. The book consists of 21 chapters covering all parts of the mathematics curriculum from five perspectives:.
Many parents struggle when they help their children with math. The answer is not to learn a bit more math, but to learn more about what modern schools are all about.
This book does both. RoS arithmetic, observation and strategy are materials for evaluation and training of students at risk of mathematical learning disability. Tests that the students actually enjoy taking! The test is conducted as a conversation between teacher and one student at a time and can be completed in minutes per student.
The test is primarily intended for students from the 3rd to the 5th grade, but can be used for anyone suspected of math learning disability.
Counting one at a time. One-two-three… Add one and find the sum Here is another pearl, now there are … pearls Counting by more than one at a time by dividing into groups. Here is a spider with eight legs: Everyday objects with numbers.
Around the bag there are other things associated with two: A bike with two wheels, a pair of mittens, a pair of eyes, a pair of sandals, a dice showing two dots, a hand showing two fingers. How many waves are there? As you go along, encourage the child to tell the story and do the counting.