Schools - Early Learning Foundations Level 2
Early Learning Foundations does include key math skills, but one of the main goals of the program is neuro (brain) development. Strong pathways in the brain can mean the difference between a skillful or struggling learner. These vital pathways can be thought of as highly developed highways moving information from the brain to the body.
“Neuro-pathways” are essential for success in school and life!
With strong "neuro-highways", children can:
· Follow directions
· Stay on task Organize thoughts
· Retain information
· Develop fine and gross motor skills
· Use phonics
· Really enjoy learning!
Early Learning Foundations (ELF) actually prepares the brain for academics and teaches basic math concepts to early learners with a multi-sensory method. ELF 2 picks up where ELF 1 left off; so if your student already knows how to write numbers, knows basic shapes, and understands one-to-one relationships, then you can begin with Level 2. Otherwise, you may want to look at Level 1 for a firm foundation in math concepts.
ELF is also highly effective for those with learning challenges or developmental delays.
This kit includes:
- 1 Early Learning Foundations Level 2 Teacher's Manual
- 1 Early Learning Foundations Level 2 Student Activitiy Book
- 1 Rapid Recall Double Book Addition Student Activity Book
- All other materials needed to implement the Early Learning Foundations Program and Rapid Recall Double Book Addition.
What makes the Early Learning Foundations unique?
Neurodevelpomental activities for the eyes, vestibular system, and lower level brain organization.
Development of fine motor skills
Auditory short term memory activities
Visual short term memory activities
Advanced pattern recognition
Scope and Sequence:
Understanding the operation of addition and subtraction
Mastery of addition math facts
Identification of larger/smaller number
Understanding the order of the days of the week
Improved auditory and visual processing
Telling time to the nearest half-hour
Ability to start at a given number and count
Mastery of skip counting by 10’s, 5’s and 2’s
Critical thinking about number relationships
Counting backward from 20
Ordinal number proficiency (counting and application)
Introduction to measurement
Ability to read number words “zero” to “twenty”
Descending order of random numbers to 100
Understanding of concepts: shortest/longest, tallest/shortest, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
Mastery of reading numbers to 1,000
Multiple meanings of mathematical signs
Coins – value, counting
Number word use
Exploration of three dimensional shapes
Math story problems
And so much more!