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Count And Write

Posted by Chris On May 31, 2012 Comments Off
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Count And Write

Learning to count is an important educational and developmental milestone in most cultures of the world for every kid. Learning to count is a child’s very first step into mathematics, and constitutes the most fundamental idea of that discipline. Learning for Children has to be simple, easy and full of fun.

There is archeological evidence suggesting that humans have been counting for at least 50,000 years.

Counting was primarily used by ancient cultures to keep track of economic data such as debts and capital. The development of counting led to the development of mathematical notation, and numeral.

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Learning to Count And Write

Many children at just 2 years of age have some skill in reciting the count list (i.e., saying “one, two, three, …”). They can also answer questions of ordinality for small numbers

e.g., “What comes after three?”.

The kids may even be skilled at pointing to each object in a set and reciting the words one after another. This leads many parents and educators to the conclusion that the child knows how to use counting to determine the size of a set. But research suggests that it takes about a year after learning these skills for a child to understand what they mean and why the procedures are performed.

Counting is a method or a process or an action to find out the number of elements in  finite collection of objects.

The traditional way of counting (or learning to count) consists of continually increasing the counter by mentally  or speaking loud by a unit for every element in the set.  Also  while marking or displacing those elements (Already Counted) to avoid visiting the same element more than once.

The traditional way of counting (or learning to count) consists of continually increasing the counter by mentally  or speaking loud by a unit for every element in the set.  Also  while marking or displacing those elements (Already Counted) to avoid visiting the same element more than once.

Learning to Count And Write

The activity contiues  until no unmarked elements are left; if the counter was set to one after the first object, the value after visiting the final object gives the desired number of elements.

Examples : In our earlier days we learned counting by counting the natural objects like trees, flowers, match sticks etc.

  • Counting the number of flowers in a tray.
  • Counting the Number of street light on the road.
  • Counting the number of stones on the beach side.
  • Counting the number of  sea shells.
  • Counting the number of trees in the garden.
  • counting the number of  coins and so on

Counting can occur in a variety of forms.

  • Counting can be verbal or Orel; that is, speaking every number out loud or mentally, to keep track of progress.
  •  Counting can also  to tally objects in a collection by making a mark on each object in the collection. ie  making a mark for each number and then counting all of the marks when done tallying.
  • Counting can also be in the form of finger counting, especially when counting small numbers. This is often used by children to facilitate counting and simple mathematical operations.
  • Various devices such as hand tally counters and abacuses can also be used to facilitate counting.

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