Helping children develop their early childhood numeracy skills can have a profound impact on their future math skills during school years. That is because these skills are part of the foundation of math learning including logical reasoning, problem solving, and observing patterns. This course aims to offer you strategies to support your childs early childhood numeracy development as your childs caregiver and first teacher. There are many benefits to using these strategies. The first and foremost benefit is that you can make learning not feel like learning at all for both you and your child. These strategies will help you integrate numeracy learning seamlessly into your everyday interactions, activities, and routines, and make numeracy learning more fun and enjoyable for both you and your child. By completing this course, your child could benefit from building a strong foundation in numeracy skills and cultivating their confidence to succeed in math during their future school years. Contents and OverviewThis course contains 15 lectures and 60 minutes of content. It is designed for anyone who is a caregiver or educator of children in their early childhood years, which is from birth to the age of 8.In this course, you will first learn about the stages of early numeracy development, which will provide you with an overview of a childs developmental abilities and milestones. This will give you the foundation to understand the stages your child is going through and to choose the appropriate strategies that could support and enhance your childs numeracy skill development. Next, you will learn concrete strategies to infuse numeracy learning into your everyday life. These strategies will offer you ways to introduce, reinforce, and advance your childs numeracy skills depending on the stage of development they are at. You will learn about various techniques and principles of learning to create learning contexts and play-based activities for your child. And, finally, you will learn ways to support your childs numeracy development during their early school years. This course will show you strategies that will support your childs learning of other numeracy-related skill sets in school, such as patterning, geometry, and measurements. Learning Outcomes1) Create learning contexts that allow your child to use their innate numeracy skills2) Facilitate your childs learning of numbers and quantities through play and other daily activities3) Use principles of Universal Design for Learning to identify your childs interests, curiosities, and inquiries in numeracy skills development4) Use effective communication techniques to facilitate numeracy learning