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 Concept of Zero Materials none Presentation Invite a small group of children to come and play this game. Ask one child, “Jump 5 times.” Have the group whisper 8, eight times. Have another child do another action a certain amount of time. Ask a child to do something zero times. “Why didn’t you do anything?” Discuss the concept of zero. As the children carry out the activity, encourage them to count out the number as they are doing the action.                         Give each child a chance to carry out an activity as well as a chance to do so something zero times Purpose Direct To reinforce the concept of zero. Control of Error The child’s own knowledge. Age 4 years onwards (after work with the spindle boxes) Questions, Comments ? Share your experiences in the Forum Send Lesson to a Friend:

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