Number Value Summary Sheet

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Rote counting: Completed
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Comments
Count by ones    
1. Orally counts by 1's to 10    
2. Orally counts by 1's to 20    
3. Orally counts by 1's to 50    
4. Orally counts by 1's to 100    
5. Orally counts by 1's to 1 000    
Summary
  • Knows the counting words in sequence from 1 to 5, 10, 12, 24, 100, 1000.
Backwards Completed
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Comments
1.Orally counts backwards from 10 to 1    
2. Orally counts backwards from 20 to 1    
3. Orally counts backwards from 50 to 1    
4. Orally counts backwards from 100 to 1    
Summary
  • Knows the counting words in sequence from 5, 10, 12, 24, 100, 1000 to 1 or 0.
Multiple counting Completed
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Comments
1. Orally counts by 2's to 22    
2. Orally counts by 5's to 100    
3. Orally counts by 10's to 100    
4. Orally counts by 3's to 21    
Summary
  • Knows skip counting words in sequence by 2, 5, 10, 3 to 100.
Synchrony or One-to-one correspondence Completed
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Comments
1. One-to-one correspondence for group of four (counts a group of 4 objects)    
2. One-to-one correspondence for group of eight (counts a group of 8 objects)    
3. One-to-one correspondence for group of twelve (counts a group of 12 objects)    
4. One-to-one correspondence for group of twenty-four (counts a group of 24 objects)    
5. Generalizes one-to-one correspondence for counting all values.    
Summary
  • Uses synchrony for numbers to (4 / 8 / 12 / 24 / 100).
  • Uses one-to-one correspondence (connects the counting sequence in a one-to-one manner) for numbers to (4 / 8 / 12 / 24 / 100).
  • Knows cardinality (identifies the value of objects possibly by repeating the last number with emphasis). For numbers to (4 / 8 / 12 / 24 / 100).
Subitize Instant recognition of number value Completed
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Comments
1. Instantly identifies groups of 2 objects    
2. Instantly identifies groups of 3 objects    
3. Instantly identifies groups of 4 objects    
4. Instantly identifies groups of 5 objects    
5. Instantly identifies groups of 6 objects    
6. Instantly identifies groups of 7 objects    
7. Instantly identifies groups of 8 objects    
8. Instantly identifies groups of 9 objects    
9. Instantly identifies groups of 10 objects    
Summary
  • Uses visualization abilities tosubitize or visually recognizes patterns for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 objects to identify cardinality.
Numeral recognition Completed
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Comments
Instantly recognizes numeral 0    
Instantly recognizes numeral 1    
Instantly recognizes numeral 2    
Instantly recognizes numeral 3    
Instantly recognizes numeral 4    
Instantly recognizes numeral 5    
Instantly recognizes numeral 6    
Instantly recognizes numeral 7    
Instantly recognizes numeral 8    
Instantly recognizes numeral 9    
Instantly recognizes numeral 10    
Instantly recognizes numeral 11    
Instantly recognizes numeral 12    
Instantly recognizes numeral 13    
Instantly recognizes numeral 14    
Instantly recognizes numeral 15    
Instantly recognizes numeral 16    
Instantly recognizes numeral 17    
Instantly recognizes numeral 18    
Instantly recognizes numeral 19    
Instantly recognizes numeral 20    
Summary
  • Cannot yet identify numerals one to ten.
  • Can identify all numerals in the range of one to ten.
  • Can identify all numerals in the range of one to twenty.
  • Can identify all numerals in the range of one to one hundred.
  • Can identify all numerals in the range of one to one thousand.
Forms numerals - t
Top to bottom and left to right
Completed
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Comments
Correctly forms numeral 0    
Correctly forms numeral 1    
Correctly forms numeral 2    
Correctly forms numeral 3    
Correctly forms numeral 4    
Correctly forms numeral 5    
Correctly forms numeral 6    
Correctly forms numeral 7    
Correctly forms numeral 8    
Correctly forms numeral 9    
Summary
  • Forms all numerals top to bttom and left to right.
 
Combinations of addends to 12: hierarchical inclusion Completed
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comments
Task: Use the number of beans as the sum. Count the beans into your hand. Hide the beans behind your back and distribute them into both hands. Show the child one hand and ask how many are in the other hand. Repeat for all possible combinations of whole numbers in a random order. (2 + 3, 0 + 5, 1 + 4, 5 + 0, 3 + 2, 4 + 1)    
1. Combinmations of 5    
2. Combinmations of 6    
3. Combinmations of 7    
4. Combinmations of 8    
5. Combinmations of 9    
6. Combinmations of 10    
7. Combinmations of 11    
8. Combinmations of 12    
 
Conservation of numbers Completed
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Comments
Rows of objects one-to-one, then spread    
Equal groups of different sizes and shapes    
Summary
  • Able to use logic and overcome perceptual inclinations.

 

Dr. Robert Sweetland's notes
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