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Content description VCMNA018

Mathematics / Level B / Number and Algebra / Number and place value
Content description
Use number names ‘one’, ‘two’ and ‘three’ in sequence to count in everyday situations
  1. assisting to count objects initially to three, by participating in activities, stories, songs and rhymes that involve number. This could include nodding as objects are counted, tapping an object as it is counted, tracking objects being counted, repeating some number names as objects are being counted
  2. responding to number of names in everyday situations, for example waiting for counting down or up before starting an action, sound, activity; stepping, clapping, making a sound, tapping a switch for each number
  3. exploring and using some number names by ‘repeating’ number name either verbally or through a communication system or augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)
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