Reasoning and Problem Solving
Solving Problems with Math: Ways to Get Your Child to Use Math to Solve Everyday Problems (You Use It More Often Than You Think!)
Your child has been learning many simple math concepts, and he is now able to use them to solve “problems." He may try to build a block tower as tall as he is. If his cup is almost empty, he may come to you saying that he needs a pitcher of water so he can make it full again. He may complain if he notices that a friend or sibling has more snack than he does. He may also tell you when one thing is heavier than another. All these scenarios reflect an ability to think mathematically and are pointing him on a road to understanding future math concepts.
Has your child achieved the following Reasoning and Problem Solving developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all of the skill(s) he has already mastered to date.