Math Counts introduces children to the wonderful world of math in a fun, informative way. Enjoy a special storytime before engaging in fun activities that deal with the basic building blocks of math: sets and patterns, counting, numerosity, geometry – even algebraic thinking! Programming takes place approximately every other Friday from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Explore capacity as we predict “how many” funky and fun objects will fit in each container!
Book: Capacity By: Henry Pluckrose
What can you make with circles, ovals, squares, and triangles? We are exploring simple geometry this month by seeing what we can make out of shapes.
Book: Windblown, by Édouard Manceau
This month we are exploring number sense and counting with our sense of sight. Join us as we look at works of art and use numbers to explore quantity.
Book: I Spy Two Eyes: Numbers in Art, by Lucy Micklethwait
Do all rocks weigh the same? Come and explore the weight of objects to see which is heavier or lighter. Compare rocks, shells, blocks and other items by using balance scales to find our heaviest object.
Book: Balancing Act, by Ellen Stoll Walsh