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Counting is an activity that determines the quantity or the total number of objects present. In short, counting is to say numbers and associate them to an item with one-to-one correspondence. Start learning how to count objects by following the steps below.
See the fact file below for more information on the counting objects or alternatively, you can download our 28-page Counting Objects worksheet pack to utilise within the classroom or home environment.
Key Facts & Information
STEP 1 – REFRESHER
- Refresh students’ minds about numbers by letting them study how to read and write numbers.
STEP 2 – ONE-TO-ONE CORRESPONDENCE
- Identify that each object is considered as one.
- Knowing one-to-one correspondence will give the child an idea that more than one would not be equal to one anymore, and that is where counting gets involved.
STEP 3 – FORWARD COUNTING
- You can start to count by saying the numbers out loud and then pointing on each object once.
- Use the buttons below to teach one-to-one correspondence and at the same time, say the numbers out loud.
- When counting, it is usually in the form of forward counting.
- Forward counting means that we add 1 every time.
- The last number mentioned will be the total number of objects.
- In the example above, the last number mentioned is EIGHT (8). Therefore the total number of objects, or buttons to be more specific, is EIGHT.
Counting Objects Worksheets
This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about the counting objects across 28 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use Counting Objects worksheets that are perfect for teaching students about the European Recovery Program, commonly known as the counting which is an activity that determines the quantity or the total number of objects present. In short, counting is to say numbers and associate them to an item with one-to-one correspondence. Start learning how to count objects by following the steps below.
Complete List Of Included Worksheets
- Lesson Plan
- Counting Objects
- Count the Objects
- Color It
- Pick Them Up
- Count Together
- Finger Counting
- Draw Them
- Compare Compare
- Fill the Bottles
- Count and Tick
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