Lest we be cowed by this vast amount of [mathematics] material, let us think of mathematics in another way. Mathematics has been a human activity for thousands of years. To some small extent, everybody is a mathematician and does mathematics consciously. To buy at the market, to measure a strip of wallpaper or to decorate a ceramic pot with a regular pattern is doing mathematics. Further, everybody is to some small extent a philosopher of mathematics.
~ from the preface The Mathematical Experience
by Philip J. Davis and Reuben Hersh
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Doman - Glenn
- How To Teach Your Baby Math: The Gentle Revolution
Homeschool Mom Sharon writes: "This book is great and it is very easy going. It sounds pushy by its title but it isn't at all pushy. This guy has been doing research on the brain growth of young children, especially brain injured ones, for over 50 years so his research info alone is fascinating reading. More importantly, his motto is: If it isn't fun for both parent and child STOP because you are doing something wrong."
Schiller - Pam
Stenmark - Jean Kerr, Grace Davila Coates
- Family Math for Young Children
Activities for four-to eight-year-olds that can be easily done at home by homeschooling families.
LeapingFromTheBox.com notes: We enjoyed the original Family Math book with our children. Since this is by the same author, we are sure it will be worth your investment of time and money.
Williams - Robert
- Preschool Math
Art Math, Body Math, Moving Math, Wet and Messy Math and more!
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