Tag Archives: numeracy

Counting and Cooking with Doni Chamberlain

Doni Chamberlain is well-known as an award-winning journalist and a somewhat rabid remodeler. This former Redding Record Searchlight columnist boldly launched her own successful online publication, A News Café, in 2007. She’s clearly passionate about journalism and contributing to her … Continue reading

Summer Counts for Numeracy

Summer is just around the corner which means summer vacation! For teachers and parents, summer can represent time off work, more recreation time outside, or the possibility of taking a trip out of town. However, all teachers, including preschool, TK, … Continue reading

Say Good Night With A Math App

There’s an app for that. Seems that’s the standard answer these days, doesn’t it? It even applies to bedtime math, a smart way to build numeracy skills with your child. Does your bedtime routine with your child include reading a … Continue reading

No Nonsense Numeracy

Math sure isn’t the same as it was when I was a kid! I have a distinct recollection of my fourth grade teacher, Mr. Dittus, testing us on our multiplication tables every Friday. He used the results of those tests … Continue reading

Numeracy for Life

Being ready for kindergarten involves so many different aspects of learning and development. When you think about preparing your child for school, what do you think of first? It is very common for many people to think of reading, literacy … Continue reading