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Inna Polianska

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Number correspondence game

With your child, follow the steps below to play a number correspondence game. 1. Click on to see an example of a game board 2. Make a similar game board using the number range appropriate for your child (1-10) 3. Invite your child to make a tower of blocks, add pebbles or beans, or any other manipulatives to represent the number in each circle 4. Click to add a of your child playing a game OR 5. Use a template in to practice number representation. Click to drag circles into the right place and use to narrate your counting. Have fun! ❓Family Why While many students learn to count up to ten pretty early in their school years, understanding of the concept of number representation may take time. It's crucial to ensure a great number of opportunities to practice counting off the exact number of objects in many different forms, including real life objects.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Math, Home Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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