- A child gives one toy bone to every dog and says there are the same number of dogs and bones.
- A child may count the collections, but does not rely on the results of counting to compare them. Instead, notices whether the quantities match.
Help your student become a(n) Matching Comparer
Activities differ from the similar-sounding level of "Object Corresponder" because here they ask the child to not only put two sets into one-to-one correspondence, but also make judgements about the number in the two sets. Do they have the same number, or does one have more? How do you know?
Comparing by Matching