Pre-K teacher Julia Brady uses handmade beads on pipe-cleaner boards with her students during a recent math lesson at South Shore Pre-K School. Math games are used to teach prekindergarteners about math concepts.
Pre-K teacher Julia Brady uses handmade beads on pipe-cleaner boards with her students during a recent math lesson at South Shore Pre-K School. Math games are used to teach prekindergarteners about math concepts. Mike Siegel Seattle Times
Pre-K teacher Julia Brady uses handmade beads on pipe-cleaner boards with her students during a recent math lesson at South Shore Pre-K School. Math games are used to teach prekindergarteners about math concepts. Mike Siegel Seattle Times

‘It’s just math’: Preschoolers can do more than we might think

October 09, 2015 10:00 AM

UPDATED October 09, 2015 02:00 PM

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