brain power

Brain Power introduces the materials, techniques, and technologies that provide natural avenues to STEM learning and ensures that children have daily opportunities to learn the important skills of reasoning, hypothesizing, predicting and theorizing. Prekindergarteners work with math manipulatives such as counters, beads, and pegs to build skills in counting, patterning, and sorting; from their daily activities, children learn about sequence of events, patterns, and routines. With cooking projects and science activities, they learn to count, measure, use words about time, estimate, and solve simple number problems, while learning about the physical properties of materials. They experiment to see how things work, manipulate objects, and use their senses and scientific tools to observe, interpret data, make predictions, test, and draw conclusions.