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Pre-K Classes

Two-year-olds learn important math skills from their play and routines.

They show symbolic thinking with pretend play and recognize patterns with daily activities. They also understand what "tomorrow" and "yesterday" mean. Two-year-olds are just beginning to use logical reasoning to solve everyday problems. They can sort shapes, complete puzzles with eight pieces or less, and stack a set of rings on a peg by size. They also understand addition and subtraction with the numbers "one" and "two."

The children will explore:

Operations on Numbers
Geometry and Spatial Sense
Patterns, Reasoning, and Algebra