Wed, Feb 03 | Virtual Zoom Webinar

Play: Loose Parts for Math and Science

Math begins long before worksheets and even number recognition. It starts with sorting and grouping and identifying - skills practiced with loose parts and open ended materials. Science begins with curiosity and interest - sparked by objects with no defined purpose and not right and wrong answers.
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Play: Loose Parts for Math and Science

Time & Location

Feb 03, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST
Virtual Zoom Webinar

About the Event

Math begins long before worksheets and even number recognition. It starts with sorting and grouping and identifying - skills practiced with loose parts and open ended materials. Science begins with curiosity and interest - sparked by objects with no defined purpose and not right and wrong answers. Loose parts and play doesn't just teach math and science concepts - it supports a LOVE of math and science as tools for life.

In this series we will explore the role of play in the development of the brain, body and behavior. A childhood rich in play experience is the foundation to success in school and life - building knowledge, curiosity, resilience, communication, initiative, collaboration, and confidence. Play helps children and adults regulate emotions and alleviate stress. Supporting play is one of the most critical responsibilities we have to our children.

Wednesday at 1:00pm. This course offers one hour of professional with certificate emailed immediately following.

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    $15
    +$0.38 Service fee
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