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Extending an Effective Classroom-Based Math Board Game Intervention to Preschoolers’ Homes
The preschool years are a critical time for math development. Unfortunately, children from low-income backgrounds often enter kindergarten with lower math skills than middle-income peers, perhaps due to less math exposure ...
Parents' Beliefs about Children's Math Development and Children's Participation in Math Activities
This study explored associations between parents’ beliefs about children’s development and children’s reported math activities at home. Seventy-three parents were interviewed about the frequency of their children’s ...
Mother Goose in the NICU: Support for the Neediest Infants and Their Families
Of the 76,510 babies born during an average week in the United States, 7,361—or about 10 percent—are born prematurely.1 Preterm babies, born before the thirty-seventh week of gestation, can be born with underdeveloped organ ...
5 math skills your child needs to get ready for kindergarten
(The Conversation, 2018-09-18)
Reading and singing to preemies helps parents feel comfortable with their fragile babies
(The Conversation, 2018-05-08)
Latina mothers’ engagement in children’s math learning in the early school years: Conceptions of math and socialization practices
This study addressed the important role that the home plays just prior to or at the start of formal schooling, in facilitating children’s math learning. Although research on home influences is a burgeoning area, there has ...