- 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.