Eye Level Play Math Enrichment Class For Preschoolers
Eye Level offers Math Enrichment Class for Preschoolers called Play Math. Play Math comprises a collection of large learning materials that are meant to help early preschoolers from 3 to 5 years old to develop mathematical concepts. A student who undergoes and completes the Play Math under the Kids Math Enrichment Program will have an essential foundation for success in mathematics taught in school.
Take a look at how Eye Level Play Math class is conducted
The Play Math Concept
Mathematical creativity development through play-based applications
Mathematical Concepts Experience
- Recognizing Shapes
- Understanding Patterns
- Sorting and Classifying
- Acquiring Spatial Sense
Promote Sense of Quality
- Counting 1 to 10
Connect Quantity to Number
- Conservation of Quantity
- Learn to count from 1 to 10
Benefits of Kids Math Enrichment Program
- Helps a child to sort object and place them in groups
- A child learns to compare different lengths of items
- Helps a child to recognize simple shapes
- A child learns to count the basic number
- Assist a child in learning measurement, addition, and subtraction of basic numbers
- Helps a kid to understand areas and spatial awareness
- Help a child to understand matching and patterns
- A child learns the math conservation principle
The Structure of the Kids Math Enrichment Program
Eye Level Play Math offers 60 levels. Level 1 up to level 32 helps a kid to experience mathematical concepts that will assist in understanding numbers. Level 33 up to 48 involves counting and entails Matching and Counting. Finally, level 49 up to 60 includes Numbers and entails Conservation and Numbers.
Sorting and classifying – children are given toys and those that are the same go together, and a correct sticker is placed on each.
Shapes – children are given rectangular and circle stickers and told to decorate a room with them.
Comparing – the kids are taught to compare sizes by placing individual stickers depending on the size.
Spatial Sense – Kids are given a drawing containing an animal and different shadows and told to identify the shadow of the given animal.
Ordering – Children are taught order by being told to circle the biggest or smallest object that contains animals in them. For instance, there are animals on different planes. The child might be told to circle the largest plane.
Patterns – A kid is given a particular pattern, and a gap is left, and the kid is expected to complete the pattern.
Matching – a kid learns to match different objects by drawing a line connecting the objects.
Counting – the children are taught to count objects and told to put a sticker on a group containing a certain number of objects.
Numbers – a child learns to count a group of objects and place a sticker showing the number of items in each cluster.
Conservation – kids are taught to conserve by for example being asked which page has fewer objects in which several pages are containing same objects but different arrangements.
Play Math Learning Materials
Interested students can apply Play Math learning materials practically. These learning materials provide;
- Guidance to parents
- The program’s learning progression
- Weekly plans showing every week’s studying schedule
Several booklets are ranging from 1 to 60 and booklet 1 to 12 is Theme Game 1 with Yummy. Booklet 13 to 32 is Theme Game 2 with Yummy and booklet 33 to 60 is Number Games with Yummy.
– Provide weekly plans that show each week’s learning schedule
– Show the learning progression of the program
– Provide guidance to parents