Exposing young learners to basic math concepts helps lay the groundwork for a future understanding of mathematics.
High-quality, challenging, and accessible mathematics education provides early childhood learners with a vital foundation for the future.
While activities vary widely from school to school, it’s commonly accepted that young learners must have a good grasp of some basic foundation skills that lay the groundwork for number sense and success in school.
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Maths with fun filled activities.
Eliminates phobia towards numbers.
Helps in understanding the complex concepts.
Focus on heuristic application.
Improves self confidence.
Enhances the probability thinking ability of a kid.
Makes kid answerable under any consequences, probabilities and situation.
Six Principles of Bala Ganita
The Six principles for school mathematics are statements that clarify the underlying ideals necessary for high quality mathematics education
The Equity Principle
Excellence in mathematics education requires equity – high expectations and strong support for all students.
Student must learn mathematics with understanding, actively building new knowledge from experience and prior knowledge.
A curriculum is more than a collections of activities; it must be coherent, focused on important mathematics and well articulate across the grades.
Assessment should support the learning of important mathematics and furnish useful information to both teachers and students
Effective mathematics teaching requires understanding what students know and need to learn and then challenging them and supporting them to learn it well.
Technology is essential in teaching and learning mathematics; it influences the mathematics that is taught and enhance student’s learning.
A problem solving approach encourages students to reason their way to a solution or a new understanding
Reasoning and Proving
The reasoning process supports a deeper understanding of mathematics by enabling students to make sense of the mathematics they are learning.
Good problem solvers regularly and consciously reflect on and monitor their thought process.
Making connections between the mathematics they learn at school and its applications in their everyday lives…
Learning the various forms of representation helps student to understand mathematical concepts and relationships.
Communication is the process of expressing mathematical ideas and understanding orally, visually and in writing…