Counting involves two separate skills: verbalizing the list (rote sequence counting) of standard number words in order (“one, two, three,”) and connecting this sequence with the objects in the set being counted, using one-to-one correspondence. Association of number words with collections of objects is achieved by moving, touching, or pointing to objects as the number words are spoken. Objects may be presented in random order or arranged for easy counting.
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