More, less or the same

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.

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