Daily Mograph 529 / The Little Mathematician

By December 15, 2014 No Comments


Beautiful and intricate mograph.


Recent evidence shows that learning to count in preschool prepares children to succeed across the board in school, employment and life. But can preschoolers actually do math? How do you explain numbers to a four-year old?

Understanding numbers is a complex process that requires a foundation of spatial knowledge and vocabulary, called pre-math skills. And kids naturally play with math when they ask ‘How big? How many? How do you make that?’

So next time you say ‘I love you’ to a child, tell her ‘I love you to the moon and back. To the moon and back two times. To the moon and back 100 times.’ And when she finishes university, she will have a reason to say it back.

Produced at Man vs Magnet
Designed and animated by Matt Smithson and Katie Smithson
Script: Tom McConville
Music: Josh Smoak @ Eastward / Sunday Ent http://sundayent.com/ http://ift.tt/1p1TbNq The Little Mathematician Man vs Magnet

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