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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on Learning Science, Math and Technology with Childrens Engagement in Play. It needs to be at least 1250 words. Math and Science are all around.&nbsp. Children usually see numbers on television channels, telephones, their house numbers, on tag prices, etc.&nbsp. They may also witness their mothers in the kitchen as they cook following recipes that specify the measured ingredients. Science is likewise ever-present as they discover how things work, observe the change in things, use their senses in learning about their world. Technology is likewise accessible to them.&nbsp. This is not limited to what most adults know about technology as electronic gadgets or computerized contraptions. Technology includes processes people use to solve a problem deliberately. Adults should respect how young children want to try their hand in working with technology (Mortlock, 2005).&nbsp. It is for the children to discover how technology will work for them and make tasks more convenient such as using cups or buckets in the sandbox to create more defined mounds of sand instead of just a hump they shape out of their hands.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp. The following will discuss how science, math and technology interplay in the messy play of infants, sand play of toddlers and block play of pre-schoolers.&nbsp. These activities come naturally for children that they do not need any specific instructions from adults.&nbsp. &nbsp. &nbsp. &nbsp. &nbsp. &nbsp. The task of this period is to develop the concept of object permanence, the idea that objects exist even when they cannot be seen or heard. (Brewer, 2001).&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp. Infants are sensory learners, and they are awed by the possibilities of the objects around them.&nbsp. When they engage in messy play, they get to touch things and feel its textures, see the object up close so details may be inspected. They even get to smell or in most cases, taste objects because it is in their nature to learn about things by putting it in their mouths.&nbsp. Science is at work when they notice changes in things, such as when a drop of paint blots on the paper when an object passes on it. They also get to notice tracks or prints of objects such as car wheels or rollers when these make impressions with paint on paper.&nbsp.They learn math when they see the colours and shapes of the toys they play with and get to feel the dimensions of shapes when they touch these with their hands. They would know that circles have no angles and that squares have four sides.&nbsp.&nbsp.