Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics is designed to teach your preschooler all five disciplines of math without the boring worksheets! Children enjoy a variety of targeted daily math activities, including new skill work, review activities, literacy integration, and independent practice.
This product is a bundle of all nine preschool math units and includes EVERYTHING YOU NEED to teach preschool math for an entire year!
***This is a bundled product, which means that each unit can be purchased separately.***
What Makes Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics Different?
Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics is unlike any other preschool math curriculum on the market today. It is a spiraling, comprehensive preschool curriculum that is systematically designed using proven teaching methods.
Teachers and homeschooling parents using this curriculum know:
- exactly what to teach in preschool math
- when to teach each skill
- how to teach said skills most effectively
And it is all done for you in Daily Lessons in Preschool Mathematics. Just open your teaching binder and teach the day’s lesson.
What is a spiraling curriculum?
The preschool math curriculum includes 40 weeks of spiraling lesson plans in all five disciplines of math (number sense, algebra, geometry, measurement, and data analysis), with an emphasis on developing number sense skills and counting and number identification up to 20.
- yearly scope and sequence
- daily learning routines
- weekly discovery concept prompts
- targeted, skill-based learning activities
- integrated literacy activities
- weekly printable math centers
- teaching tips
- bonus activities
The preschool math curriculum includes a teacher guide for implementing the curriculum in a spiral and unit based approach.
Unit Concepts in the Curriculum:
- Comparing & Sorting
- Counting 0-5
- Counting 0-10
- Position & Patterns
- Counting 0-20
- Addition & Subtraction
You have the option of teaching each unit at one time, spanning over a month, or you can follow the provided scope and sequence to spiral the curriculum.