# 111 Number Sheets For Toddlers

Nancy Itzel April 28, 2020 Number Worksheets

Enrich and enhance the educational experience of your child. Introduce the world of printable maths worksheets to your children so that they can learn all the maths elements thoroughly. You are definitely going to inculcate solving skill and learning ability in your child with the help of these prepared tasks. The best way to develop mathematical skills and confidence in the subject is to clear the basic fundamentals of the subject. This can be easily done with the help of detailed subject worksheets.

Expect that this will take a long time to master-especially to start having your child say the word as well as point at it; because, at the same time you are doing this, you will also be occasionally returning to the previous skill of showing you 6 objects. Casually go into their room, just ask them to show you 6 blocks and then see if any of the blocks has a "6" on it. If they have forgotten what a 6 looks like or how many items 6 means, don't panic. Be positive, show them again, and do a few more. But not for very long at one time.

Once your child can correctly match spoken number to the correct number of items that are alike, then expand counting to items that "belong together" but are not identical. Count how many dolls, or trucks, or games, or coloring books, etc. are on the toy shelf. Once your child is very good at counting at home, move counting outdoors and to other places. Count blue cars in the parking lot, count handicapped parking places, count airplanes in the sky-count everything.

When you are absolutely, totally, certain that you child has counting to 15 or 20 mastered (NO mistakes ever--it isn't mastered if mistakes are happening), and your child can correctly match the number of objects to the number word (every time with no mistakes), then and only then start adding symbol recognition.

Even within your family, there will be wide variation. My son could read at three and a half years old. For my daughter, reading didn't take on meaning until half way through 1st grade. But now it is my daughter who is the voracious reader. Every child has his/her own time schedule. Take your lead from your child.

Children must learn the sounds of the numbers one, two, three etc, first. Sing number rhymes like, One, two, three, four, five; once I caught a fish alive, aloud to them often. Soon they will begin to recognize the sounds of the numbers. Read out stories from picture books and emphasize counting. For example, read aloud stories like The three little pigs and Snow-white and the seven dwarfs. Make it a point to count out the characters in the picture book. This will enable them to understand the concept that the numbers relate to specific amounts.

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