Let’s Count is an early mathematics program for children aged three to five, developed by The Smith Family and Professor Bob Perry from Charles Sturt University and Associate Professor Ann Gervasoni from Monash University. The Let’s Count program is a free innovative, evidence based program designed to improve the mathematics skills of children aged three to five.
The program supports parents and early years educators to develop the maths skills of the children in their care by noticing, exploring, and talking about numbers, counting, measurement and patterns in their daily lives.
Let's Count supports parents and early childhood educators to have the skills and confidence so they can develop the maths skills of the children in their care. The program emphasizes maths in the everyday, and helps children to see maths as relevant, stimulating and fun, which sets them up for future success.
“I wish that everybody had the opportunity to do Let’s Count, because I’ve just seen such big improvement in the children’s concepts of maths and preparing them for school net year..’” - Let’s Count Educator
This Let’s Count project is possible through funding received from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training through the National Innovation and Science Agenda.
If you have any questions please contact Leah Adams on 0466 022 251 or via email Leah.Adams@thesmithfamily.com.au
You can find more information about the Let’s Count program here, https://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/what-we-do/our-work/at-school/early-years-and-primary/lets-count as well as the full evaluation report.
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