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Posted Fri Apr 25 09:39:09 PDT 2003 by Mrs. Mark Hensel (diannoshier@netscape.net).

private school , glencoe, Il. USA

Materials Required: colored squares, paper, crayolas

Activity Time: fifteen minutes

Concepts Taught: number line

use the red squares to count the one, use the blue squares to count the two, use the yellow squares to count the three, use the green squares to count the four; use the numberline with the unit of one marked to four(-,0,+)ask the children what is one? one red square is one graph one on the numberline,what is two? one red square and one blue square are two graph two on the numberline what is three? one red square and one blue square and one yellow square are three graph three on the numberline what is four? one red square ,one blue square, one yellow square,and one green square are four graph four on the numberline use color coordinated crayolas to show the relationship then show the exact number corelation with a solid color for each number