Re: counting to 10

    On 12/09/15, Flacka wrote:
    > I have had students without an IEP who have had trouble
    > with this and then finally they get it, sometimes not until late
    > in the year.
    > Counting is rote memorization but try putting the counting to
    > a song, do kinesthetic movement as you count (clap, stomp,
    > etc), count steps as you walk down the hall so he has lots
    > and lots of repetitions.
    > For 1:1 give him a 10 frame and have him practice putting 1
    > manipulative in each square and then have him touch each
    > one as you count together.
    > HI HO Cherrio is a good game for counting and there are a
    > number of games for the iPad and computer that stress
    > counting and number recognition. I would start with only 2
    > or maybe 3 numbers to work on for number recognition and
    > increase it as he learns those.
    > Hope this gives you some ideas.

    Thank you so much, I will try those ideas and let you know how
    it goes! elle
    > On 12/09/15, elle wrote:
    >> I have a student who can not count to 10. He is on an IEP
    >> and gets help from the sped teacher, myself and paras and
    >> still is having trouble counting to 10. He has no concept
    >> of 1 to 1 and still does not recognize the numbers
    >> themselves. Anyone have any tips on how to help him? He
    > is
    >> very visual and very distracted when learning. He is 6
    >> years old.