Counting in the Neighborhood Part1 Worksheet

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Using one-to-one representation when counting is a foundational step in your developing your child's number sense. When we run out of fingers to count with, we can still use colorful pictures and images to give tangible representation. This free worksheet will use familiar objects in your community and let your child practice counting using one-to-one representation. They'll then circle the number that best represents how many of each object there are and find success in counting forward!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be able to count and identify objects in their community. They should also have a basic understanding of number sense and one-to-one correspondence. By circling the number that represents the number of objects, students will demonstrate their ability to count forward and understand the value of each number.