• Discuss the steps you would take to ensure that students understand at least three of the following four counting principles: one-to-one correspondence, stable order rule, order irrelevance rule, and cardinality rule.

One to one correspondence is an important teaching tool in early childhood teaching for both math and reading. It allows young students to connect what they say and see in their math. It involves attaching objects with certain numbers. A good example is showing the students the number 15. If they see this object they may find it difficult still to count, so it is important for the teacher or parent to actually demonstrate how to count the numbers using tools such as pebbles, fingers or other visual aids so that they may know how to count the 15 digits.

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