Posts Tagged ‘early learning’

Zeno’s Summer Institute is a 2-day event including workshops, conversations, and play for early childhood educators and providers who serve low-income families. Attendees will walk away from this event knowing Zeno’s philosophy around math play and the role of the family in math learning. Our workshops and discussions will: Teach how mathy stuff is possible […] Read More

August 24th + 25th, Cedarbrook Lodge (SeaTac)           In December 2016, Zeno received a grant from Washington STEM to support the expansion of our MathWays for Early Learning (MathWays) program to new communities in the Puget Sound region. Part of the grant’s focus is exploring ways to make the program easily […] Read More

After 10+ years bringing engaging math experiences to elementary schools in the Puget Sound, Zeno is excited to roll out our first program that focuses exclusively on early learners and the adults in their lives. MathWays for Early Learning is designed to equip Pre-K families and early learning providers with activities, tools and skills to […] Read More

Over the years, when Zeno Mathematicians-in-Residence have the opportunity to work in kindergarten classrooms, we have noticed that Kindergartners arrive to school in different types of “math shape”. For example, when playing games with dice, some kids readily recognize the number of dots without counting and others still need to count the dots to figure […] Read More