As learners work through the challenges in Ei E for Kindergarten, they discover that there is no one right answer.
They learn to think critically and creatively as they develop new problem-solving strategies.
Harness their curiosity, unlock their creativity, meet NGSS standards—and have fun!
Each of our two units sets a context and introduces the problem with a rich storybook that guides learners through their engineering work.
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Imagine that a teacher requires some advice from you as a mental health consultant.Preschool children learn best from the everyday experience solving problems which are meaningful to them.As a teacher, it is helpful to observe those moments when children have problems and help them think about ways to solve their own problems.Pattern Problems: visual patterns that require students to draw what comes next.  Teachers should ask students to explain how they know what comes next to develop students' ability to explain their thinking.Children of all ages are curious, natural problem solvers.Ei E for Kindergarten builds a strong base of problem solving and critical thinking that prepares children for success in school and in life.Shape Patterns: shape patterns that require students to draw what comes next.Pattern Block Fraction Design requires students to fill a shape with pattern blocks to create a design that meets certain requirements.Open-ended Math Problems from the Franklin Institute Online offers monthly problems in Number Theory; Geometry; Measurement; Patterns, Algebra & Functions; Data, Statistics & Probability.  The site offers three different levels of difficulty for each strand.