August 21st, 2020

Has difficulty with simple counting and one-to-one correspondence between number symbols and objects

Teacher pointing to a board with two cards. One card displays one triangle, the number "1" and word "one" spelled out. The second card displays two triangles, the number "2," and the word "two" spelled out.
Children who have mastered this skill know that numbers refer to specific quantities and that objects can be counted only once. It also means, for example, that when counting 1-5, those numbers correspond to items 1-5 on a table, to 5 pictures in a book, 5 dots on a set of dice, or 5 moves on a game board.

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