- A child says "One, two, three, four, five, seven."
- A child may “recycle” a number word if there are more objects than known number words.
- A child counts five objects, then quickly names other numbers out of order in correspondence with remaining objects.
Help your student become a(n) Reciter
These activities provide experience with verbal counting, helping children learn the sequence and distinguish each word from the one before and after by including slower-paced rhymes and songs and other rhythmic and playful games.
Acting Out Songs and Poems
When I Was One
Catch the Mistake [to 5]