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Viewing the World Through a "Mathematical Lens" Can Help Young Children Learn Math

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Photo of a girl using a computer to match shapes to build pictures.

A Building Blocks program has children match shapes to build pictures.

Credit: University of Buffalo's ECRC (Early Childhood Research Center)


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Photo of a preschooler matching pizzas by the number of toppings.

A preschooler matches pizzas by the number of toppings in this Building Blocks program. The screen she is viewing is shown on the bottom right.

Credit: University of Buffalo's ECRC (Early Childhood Research Center)


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Photo of a preschooler matching shapes in the Building Blocks Shape Set.

A preschooler matches the rich variety of shapes in the Building Blocks Shape Set.

Credit: University of Buffalo's ECRC (Early Childhood Research Center)


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