Cognitive Development: Math Skills

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      PARIZA KARAMALI: Wait, that's yellow.

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      SPEAKER: Ah![LAUGHTER][INAUDIBLE]

    • 00:04

      PARIZA KARAMALI: You forgot.

    • 00:06

      SPEAKER: A block.

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      PARIZA KARAMALI: It's almost like you're not using this.You're just using the color blue as your pattern.That's going to go--

    • 00:15

      SPEAKER: Ack!

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      PARIZA KARAMALI: Mm.Try that.OK.

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      SPEAKER: This is an A-B pattern.

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      PARIZA KARAMALI: This is an A-B pattern.You're right.You remembered that we use A for one colorand B for the second color.[Pariza Karamali, Kindergarten Child and Family StudiesCenter, California State University, Northridge]For math skills, we're working with a lot of manipulatives,things that kids can touch and manipulate--so a lot of counting materials.

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      SPEAKER: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,18, 19--

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      PARIZA KARAMALI: For kindergarten, we'rereally looking to see that they're countingwith one-to-one correspondence.So they can touch each object and give ita number-- also doing things like sorting,sorting by colors or by shapes.Math skills also can include counting up.We actually count how many days we come to school.So we can count up to-- and they get all the way up to 100.So it's a great way to kind of reinforce them getting

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      PARIZA KARAMALI [continued]: to count but in a fun way.They enjoy getting to see what's going to happen when theyget to the 100th day of school.So every day, they get to count how many days we've been there.But math skills are really about the manipulativesand giving them a chance to do counting, sorting.We do do some addition and subtraction towards the endof kindergarten, as well.So it's sets of objects-- learning

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      PARIZA KARAMALI [continued]: how to see how many do we have and what if we add more to itor if we take away somee-- so some basic upto 10 addition and subtraction.

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      SPEAKER: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

    • 01:49

      PARIZA KARAMALI: Yeah!Awesome job.Give me five.You did it.

Cognitive Development: Math Skills

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Pariza Karamali explains that, in kindergarten, math education focuses on patterns, counting, and basic addition and subtraction.

Cognitive Development: Math Skills

Pariza Karamali explains that, in kindergarten, math education focuses on patterns, counting, and basic addition and subtraction.

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