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Content description VCMNA035

Mathematics / Level C / Number and Algebra / Number and place value
Content description
Use number names in sequence to count in everyday situations, initially from one to five
  1. developing fluency in forward counting to five using words, sign or augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in meaningful contexts, including everyday experiences and stories
  2. knowing that the forward sequence of counting words occurs in the same order, for example always communicating numbers in the same sequence, indicating when another person uses number names in the wrong sequence
  3. developing one-to-one correspondence by recognising that each object is counted, by indicating an object during counting situations, for example, indicating by pointing, activating a switch or eye gaze
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