You are here:

Enchanted math in the garden

, Michigan State University, United States

Michigan State University . Awarded


This project is to design and develop a set of interactive, web-based games and learning experiences which offer parents/caregivers and preschool teachers tools that children age 3–5 can use to learn to identify the ordinal numbers 1–10, match ordinal numbers 1–10 with words, match ordinal numbers 1–10 with amounts of objects, and to sequence the numbers 1–10 correctly.

It is the MSU 4-H Children's Garden's vision that the 4-H Children's Garden become a leader in how to integrate technology into garden learning experiences. In keeping with this mission and vision, and in cooperation with the curator of the 4-H Children's Garden, Enchanted Math in the Garden uses garden themes to promote mathematical exploration using web-based technology.


Sawyer, V.A. Enchanted math in the garden. Master's thesis, Michigan State University. Retrieved November 14, 2019 from .

This record was imported from ProQuest on October 23, 2013. [Original Record]

Citation reproduced with permission of ProQuest LLC.

For copies of dissertations and theses: (800) 521-0600/(734) 761-4700 or