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Clean Up, Up, Up!

Ellen Mayer Illustrator: Ying-Hwa Hu

It is cleanup time, and Daddy and his little one are putting away books, blocks, teddy bears, and train cars, and preparing for dinner—all while having fun with math! As Daddy talks with his toddler, he uses spatial-relationship math words and phrases like up, down, inside, outside, next to, and under to reinforce his young learner’s understanding. When it is dinnertime, the little one proudly demonstrates an understanding of down when helping to set the table and up while enjoying the first delicious bite!
A playful story that models engaging conversations between parent and child, Clean Up, Up, Up! includes a note by early childhood education expert Susan C. Levine that shows parents and caregivers how everyday activities offer rich opportunities to teach early spatial math concepts.

Download a fun activity sheet and sing along!

Download a teaching guide by California Early Math Project

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5 3/4"x 5 3/4",  
20 pages,  
ages 1-3, 
This title is available in:
Spanish/English

$6.99

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Spatial relations, vocabulary development, classifying, comparing, repetition, read aloud, social studies, patterns, family and community, nurturing, building language skills

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Clean Up, Up, Up!

Clean Up, Up, Up!

It is cleanup time, and Daddy and his little one are putting away books, blocks, teddy bears, and train cars, and preparing for dinner—all while having fun with math! As Daddy talks with his toddler, he uses spatial-relationship math words and phrases like up, down, inside, outside, next to, and under to reinforce his young learner’s understanding. When it is dinnertime, the little one proudly demonstrates an understanding of down when helping to set the table and up while enjoying the first delicious bite!
A playful story that models engaging conversations between parent and child, Clean Up, Up, Up! includes a note by early childhood education expert Susan C. Levine that shows parents and caregivers how everyday activities offer rich opportunities to teach early spatial math concepts.

Download a fun activity sheet and sing along!

Download a teaching guide by California Early Math Project