# Ch 14: Mathematical Concepts in Early Childhood

Complete the lessons and assessments of this chapter to discover how children can develop a firm understanding of mathematical concepts. This chapter includes lessons on the number line, arithmetic with whole numbers, units of measurement, mathematical patterns, mathematical vocabulary and basic data analysis.

## Mathematical Concepts in Early Childhood - Chapter Summary

The lessons of this chapter will cover some of the ways in which children can learn basic mathematical concepts. They have been put together by our expert instructors to provide you with a quick and efficient way to review different mathematical tools, vocabulary and operations essential to developing a mathematical understanding. When you've completed this chapter, you could know more about:

• Number lines and the ordering of real numbers
• Arithmetic operations with whole and real numbers
• Standard and non-standard units of measurement
• Basic geometric shapes and algebraic vocabulary
• Techniques used to recognize patterns
• Sorting by attributes
• Organizing and interpreting data
• Constructing and using graphs

Each lesson is mobile-device compatible, so that you can fit it into a busy schedule and not have to worry about setting aside time to spend in front of your computer. Lessons also come with quizzes that will help you discover topics you don't understand. To improve your comprehension of these topics, re-review the lessons, or ask our instructors for assistance using the teacher tabs.

12 Lessons in Chapter 14: Mathematical Concepts in Early Childhood
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