Action verbs - Counting
Updated: Jul 11
What is it
Learning the verbs through counting practice
Each worksheet comes with 3 different counting activities
Count and Circle: Count and circling the correct answer
Count and Match: Count and draw a line to join to the correct answer
Count and Write: Count and writing in the answer on the blank
Learning to count (up to 10)
Learning to identify verbs
How to use
Identify the pictures in the worksheets before starting
Using a pencil or a marker circle, match or write the answer
Start with worksheets from the lower levels (1 to 5) to build up your child’s confidence. When your child is more fluent in counting, then proceed to counting up to 10.
To prevent the child from missing out on questions, it is a good practice to have the child to systematically work from top to bottom rather than randomly doing the questions as he sees them.
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to “washing”
Expressive language - What is this?
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