Students roll a die and mimic animal movements to connect counting words, visual number arrangements, and actions.
Why is this important?
Movement can be a powerful way for children to internalize
, the understanding that each object in a set must be counted once and only once. one-to-one correspondence
Counting has rules that apply to any collection.
Counting can be used to find out “how many” is in a collection.
Common Core Alignment
Counting and Cardinality
Source: 10-11 Pre-K Training Video • Copyright: © Erikson Institute • Content ID: EMTR077 ①
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