Author Archives: Wilma Hashimoto

Spring is in the Air – Bloom with Early Mathematics

Spring is just around the corner and families will soon begin enjoying more outside activities such as walks, picnics, and working on the yard. Our world is a giant playground but statistically, children are spending less time outside than when their parents were children. What can parents, grandparents, caretakers, and early learning staff do to… Continue Reading

Shapes Here, Shapes There, Shapes EVERYWHERE!!!

In January, I had the wonderful opportunity to present to a group of 50 dedicated TK/K teachers in Clovis Unified School District. My colleague, Jason Chamberlain, and I provided the research on the importance of children having early math opportunities prior to kindergarten and weaving math opportunities throughout the day. We provided a variety of… Continue Reading

My New Year’s Resolutions

We just celebrated Christmas and in one week, we will turn the calendar to a new year. Between December 26 and December 31, I will begin mulling over what I declare as my 2017 resolutions. My personal goals have been constant for the past score of years and I can rattle them off like a… Continue Reading