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 Introduction Numbers through Ten Number Rods Sandpaper Numbers Number Rods and Cards Spindle Boxes Concept of Zero Cards and Counters Memory Game Decimal System Introduction to quantity Symbols Formation of Numbers Changing Addition Multiplication Substraction Division Stamp Game Dot Game Word Problems Linear & Skip Counting Teens: Quanity Teens: Symbol Tens: Association Linear Counting Skip Counting Number Roll Tables of Arithmetic Addition Snake Game Strip Board - exercises Addition Strip Board Addition Charts Substraction Snake Game Substraction Strip Board Substraction Charts Multiplication Bead Multiplication Board Multiplication Charts Unit Division Board Division Charts Passage to Abstraction Small Bead Frame Wooden Hierarchical Material Large Bead Frame Racks and Tubes Fractions Fractions
 Sandpaper Numbers Materials - Numerals from 0 to 9, cut out of sandpaper and mounted on separate green boards. (The 0 is presented after the Spindle Boxes, when the concept of zero has been introduced.) Presentation (Done is a similar way as with Sandpaper Letters) Have the child bring over the material. Begin by sensitizing your fingers. Take out 1, trace three times and say its name: “one” Give to the child to repeat. Place the board at the top of the table. Repeat for numbers 2 and 3. Do a Three Period Lesson with numbers 1, 2, and 3. Repeat for numbers 4, 5, and 6. Then repeat for numbers 7, 8, and 9. Depending on the child, this may be taught over a few days. Purpose Direct To teach the child the symbols for the numbers he knows. To provide him with the keys to the world of written numbers. Indirect Preparation for the writing of numerals. Control of Error The sandpaper guides the child’s fingertips. Age 4 years onwards, when number rods have been introduced. Questions, Comments ? Share your experiences in the Forum Send Lesson to a Friend:

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