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Have children measure the towers they are building and discuss ways to build higher and stronger.
Measure the length of the Block Center using a child’s length.
Introduce math tools to toddlers and let them explore measuring, pouring, filling, and emptying one material into another.
Have children measure the plants and compare their results to the measurements they took in earlier weeks.
Have children add to the graphs that show how their plants grow over time.
Open a discussion about measuring tools and how you measure things to tell their size.
Help children measure the parts of a plant using a measuring object. Have them draw each plant part.
Have children check and measure their sprouts. Then observe and measure the plants they repotted outside.
Have children continue to measure their plants. Provide various nonstandard measurement tools.
Measure plants using nonstandard measurement tools and have children record their measurements.
Challenge children to think of ways they can use materials to measure their plants.
Have children work in pairs to make “kid rulers.” Have them use their tools to measure big things.
Have children choose a number block card and then measure that many blocks with string so that they can make inclines just the size that they want them.
Revisit children’s plant graphs and have them measure their plants again and record the measurements on the graph.
Help your baby figure out how things fit together with toys that nest or stack.
Make a graph of children’s results from the measuring activity.
Have children measure how far the water flowed with nonstandard measuring tools.
When your toddler helps you cook, he’s also learning math!
Send a Family Connection letter home with children.
Give each child a twig as they leave. Encourage children to explore roots and trees with their families.