Counting family members
What is it
Practicing counting through various pictures of family members
Learning to count
Learning to circle the correct number
Writing numbers independently
Generalise counting skills through different pictures
How to use
Start with the circling worksheet (numbers at the side)
Read the instructions to ensure that your child knows to circle the correct number or to write the number in the box
Count the number of people in the house/ photo frame while pointing at each person 1 by 1
Go through all the numbers at the side to help your child identify each number
If your child has difficulty in writing the number independently, dot the number out so that your child can trace over the number in the box
Complete worksheet in order (top to bottom, left to right) to help your child understand the flow of work
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language: Point to number 1
Expressive language: How many people are there in the house? Who is in the photo?
Use your own family photos to generalise counting skills. See if they can identify the different family members in the photos.
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