Help toddlers learn how to count to 100 with the colorful animated numbers. Make counting numbers easy, with Kids Learning Apps 100 animated flashcards, with unique animations and colors for each card.
– Ability to turn audio number sound on or off, to let child count
– Ability to turn background music on or off
– Create a counting game by allowing the number’s spelling to be hidden or show
– Turn on card swipe for easy navigation
– Create another game by turning on the random feature
The first step in Math and Number Awareness is learning what the 10 numerals (0 through 9) look like. This requires strong Visual Discrimination skills since many numerals (such as 6 and 9, or 1 and 7) look very similar. Once a child is able to recognize the 10 numerals and know each numeral’s name, he can develop an understanding of the amount each numeral represents.
Children in the classroom may be asked to “Cut out five circles,” “Pick three friends,” or “Ask one question,” for example.
Understanding the significance of numerals will directly contribute to a child’s success in the classroom.
Learn to Count**
When first learning to count, a child counts by rote memorization. This means he will likely be able to say the names of the numbers from 1 through 10 simply because he has memorized the order of the words, “one, two three … ten.” However, he likely does not yet understand that 5 is 2 more than 3, for example.
** These excerpts are from schoolsparks.com.