### Other Examples:

- Counts correctly, aided by counting one row at a time and, often, by perceptual labeling.
- For example, asked to compare shapes, states that they take up the same amount of space "because they both have 4."

### Help your student become a(n) Area Unit Relater and Repeater

Activities challenge children on two fronts. First, they learn to use a single unit of area (e.g., a square tile) to figure out how many will be in a row and how many rows. Second, they are asked to estimate or figure out how many of a larger (or smaller) unit will fill the same area as a unit they already measured with.