Recent research has shown that most parents and preschool teachers spend less time on math and science than language development. Yet, these subjects are just as important as literacy for early learners.

A study conducted in 2019 in the US revealed that preschool teachers spend a daily average of only 8 minutes on math activities and 11 minutes on science. And parents spend even less time on these subjects, with an average of only 4 minutes on math and 3 minutes on science every day

This is concerning because math and science skills are essential for success in school and beyond. Children who develop strong math and science skills early on are more likely to do well in all areas and are better prepared for their future careers. Even a few minutes of math and science each day can make a big difference in a child's learning.

ChildUp Early Education has just released the book "82 Preschool Math & Logic Problems – Teach Your Child to Count", by Alan & John Debonneville, on Amazon. This series contains 82 short problems of various levels, which allow children to discover these exciting areas in a progressive and enjoyable way - WITH YOUR HELP!

82 Preschool Math & Logic Problems on Amazon