**Spatial relationships**, which include shape, size, space, position, direction, movement and patterns. This will later be used in geometry. Early math is learning shapes and their relationships to one another, e.g., two triangles make a square.

Patterns are things—numbers, shapes, images—that repeat in a logical way. Patterns help children learn to make predictions, to understand what comes next, to make logical connections, and to use reasoning skills. Later, these skills become important as children begin to solve problems in math.

Learning numbers are not the only things children need to learn. There are “others” that teach math concepts such as Blocks. Through block play, children strengthen their abilities to understand spatial relationships, measurements, comparison of shapes, numbers, estimations, symmetry, and balance. All this is being processed while a child works with blocks!

The only way to learn mathematics is to experience it!

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