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50. Numbers

Once you have mastered counting to 100 (see No. 44), you can begin to learn which sounds correspond to which numeral. Number charts and friezes on the wall are the simplest and most effective way to begin.

50. Numbers

Once you have mastered counting to 100 (see No. 44), you can begin to learn which sounds correspond to which numeral. Number charts and friezes on the wall are the simplest and most effective way to begin. Charts with 1-100 in a square are the most helpful, as they help to reinforce the tens. If you’re feeling creative, make your own and colour it in together - the more time spent focussing on each number, the more familiar your child will be with the symbol on the page.  Later on you can move to books and  games like number snap. Take your time to get to know each number, talk about it, how it sounds and looks, and practice writing it down. Playground games like hopscotch are great for outside number play.

May 01, 2016 By Alexis Ralphs

50. Numbers

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