Parts of the House Counting
Updated: Jul 11
What is it
Practice counting by counting items that can be found at home
Count and circle the correct answer
Count and write the correct number
Colour the correct number of items
Developing pencil grip
Learning to count
Learning the write numbers
Identifying typical items found around the house
How to use
Guide your child to look at the pictures and identify the items
Encourage your child to count by pointing to each item 1 by 1 and counting together
Start with the circling worksheet first if they are unfamiliar with writing numbers independently and move on to writing when they are more fluent
If needed, prompt your child by dotting the numbers after counting together
Use a thick or triangular pencil to help your child hold the pencil with a tripod grip
Embed more learning opportunities
Go around the house to count items to make counting more fun and hands on
Receptive language - Point to the fridge
Expressive language - What is this?
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