Children learn mathematical basics at an early age. These go hand in hand with their motor development. For example, walking backwards and other spatial experiences such as left-right, up-down and diagonal movements are the first traits of mathematical understanding. Later, children often look for activities such as sorting and arranging according to, for example, colours, shapes, size or comparing quantities, which is why appropriately stimulating material is available at the nursery.
Mathematical knowledge is further deepened in a playful way, for example, through activities such as collecting different objects with the same properties on an excursion in the forest or the mutual measuring and weighing of the children at the nursery.
We aim to cover all areas of mathematical knowledge such as numbers and counting, patterns and symmetries, shapes and bodies, measure and compare etc.
By incorporating mathematical quantities, digits, and numbers into our everyday language use, the STUGGIKIDS learn how to use and understand them simultaneously.