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 The Number Roll Materials Think strips of paper that the child can tape together Presentation The child writes number in numerical order on the right side of the paper. The child can do this in a few sittings, or over a whole year. The child can add strips as he continues to write numbers. Some children may continue writing numbers up to many thousands. Purpose Direct To see if the child has internalized the number counting. Control of Error The child's own knowledge Age 5 1/2 years Questions, Comments ? Share your experiences in the Forum Send Lesson to a Friend:

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