The Art of Math and Science
by Jayanti Tambe Roy

The Art of Math and Science guides teachers to introduce masterpiece art to young children, so they can tell you about “paints with hidden floats” and ask questions like, “When painting the Sistine Chapel, do you think Michelangelo had many headaches?”

This book helps parents and educators look at the subject through the prism of mathematical and scientific experiences. This book acts as a guide to help integrate the subject matters of math, art, social studies, culture, and science.

Readers will embark on a journey, exploring nineteen artists (or art forms) from around the world. Each artist’s work is looked at through the spectrum of math and science so that art is elevated from being “merely art” and integrated with math, science, history, geography and language.

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A Kaleidoscope of Children
by Jayanti Tambe Roy

“When people die, that means their battery stops working.” Has your child ever said something like this to you? Have you been embarrassed by some of the things your little one just blurted out when you had company?  Have you been delighted or surprised by something that’s come out of your child’s mouth that was totally unexpected? If any of these resonates with you, as a teacher of young children, or as a parent, then this is the book for you.

A Kaleidoscope of Children is a no-nonsense book for parents and preschool educators. Jayanti Tambe offers a whole new look at child development. Providing real anecdotes from young children, in a book infused with humor, Tambe takes us through the three domains of development- physical, cognitive and social-emotional. From “Potty Words” to “Lying”, this book addresses a host of early childhood topics that help parents of young children understand their children better.

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