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.
How do you make a triangle or a rhombus? Use sticks and wire to create and assemble a variety of shapes to explore their attributes.
Book: Color Farm by Lois Ehlert
Pinecone, rock, pinecone, rock….What comes next? Discover the different patterns that are found in nature and see what patterns you can create with natural materials.
Book: Lots and Lots of Zebra Stripes by Stephen R. Swinburne
Use your fingers to draw and create using sand.
Book:Sea Shapes By: Suse MacDonald
Plaid, flowered, buckles and laces – shoes have so many different attributes! Join us for our shoe sorting activity to investigate the world of shoes.
Book: Who’s Shoes? By: Stephen R. Swinburne
Explore capacity as we predict “how many” funky and fun objects will fit in each container!
Book: Capacity By: Henry Pluckrose