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Rote counting: The child attends to sequences and use of number words, with or without items, sets, or numerals and without recognizing the link to quantity
Meaningful Counting: The child uses counting to identify how many items are in a set, using one to one correspondence; uses number words to identify “how many”
Cardinality: The child associates each of one or more number words to a unique and exact quantity, and knows that the final number word used when counting out an item set represents the exact number of items in the set
Ordinality: The child matches symbols (digits or numerals) to a position in a sequence
Comparing numbers and quantities: The child uses organizing strategies to know how many objects they have