Mathematics for Infants and Toddlers

July 16, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Child Connect for Family Success, 861 E. Sibley, Howell, MI 48843


Contact: Courtney Aldrich, aldric82@msu.edu, (517) 552-6909

It can be difficult to identify ways to teach math to young children in meaningful ways. Come learn about the five math concepts that infants and toddlers should be exposed to in natural ways throughout their day. Explore ways to support early math learning and learn about ways to develop an early appreciation for math.  

This class is offered in partnership with Child Connect for Family Success

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