Publication Date

2017

Abstract

In this chapter we discuss supported playgroups in schools (SPinS) as sites for engaging families as the first mathematics educators of young children. We refer to findings from our work to show how caregiver (e.g. parents, grandparents, aunts) participation in SPinS can contribute to an awareness of children’s learning of mathematical concepts through play. We discuss the findings from our work in relation to ‘everyday mathematics’ and make several recommendations aimed at enabling families to engage in everyday mathematics both at SPinS and in the home

School/Institute

Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education

Document Type

Book Chapter

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