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Re-enforce good counting techniques.
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An_255408 posted:
Use gold plastic coins to encourage counting. When the child does anything worthwhile or helpful give tokens and then ask the child how many tokens they have. Keep them in a box and only let the child take the box to count the tokens with you. Make a reward chart and put things on the chart they can use their tokens with. For example: 10 tokens Mom will make my bed. They will learn to count as high as you want by setting numbers for things they want. Teach them to count by fives by setting prices in sets of 5,10,15. Works Great!
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