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Counting 1-20 (ENG)

6.08MB. 119 audio & 119 images. Updated 2019-12-07.

Description

My young children love Anki and want to participate. I want them to learn things appropriate for their development. So, I made this deck to help them practice their numbers 1-20. Each card has a visualization of a number 1-20. The back of the card has the number read aloud. Numbers are represented using blocks of 5 and single pips. I decided on this representation as it is commonly used in the Common Core math taught around first grade in the USA. Being able to count small numbers quickly is key to moving up to simple addition. Try to encourage your kids to go as quickly as possible as long as they have minimal errors. Your first day start with ~20 cards, depending on your child's attention span. Add ~7 cards each day. Cards are listed in order so numbers get bigger as they work on the deck. As a daily practice, ~40 cards works well. Try to capture the child's maximum attention span and add just a pinch. Think of it like weight-lifting. My goal here is to help kids 'sight read' small numbers, especially by breaking them up into smaller groups. I made a variety of combinations to provide the foundations for addition (e.g. 9 = 3+3+3).

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