A Learning Moments Collection: Early Mathematical Thinking


A title in the Learning Moments series

Young children spontaneously pursue mathematical interests and questions during everyday play. It is important to understand that children are intrinsically motivated to explore mathematical concepts well before entering formal education. By understanding the mathematical problems that capture young children’s interest we are better able to create learning experiences that build upon and extend children’s developing mathematical knowledge.

This Flash Drive contains 10 video clips that reveal how young children spontaneously engage in mathematical thinking and learning by investigating and pursuing early math concepts during play. The clips include children from one to five years of age. Study these clips and add them to your presentations and courses, so that others can "See what children know.™"

Permission is granted for use of this Learning Moments Collection by one individual program director, trainer, or college educator working with no more than 200 viewers annually in online or live presentations. Usage by large early childhood organizations, colleges, and other training institutions must be negotiated in advance. Please email requests to videatives@videatives.com