123 Puzzle

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When children have learned the relationship between numbers and quantity, it will be more meaningful (and fun) for them to start counting. Try to count out loud the subjects of the pieces (or the colored symbols) and, in correspondence with the last element, ask the child to associate the group with the number that represents the whole quantity. For example, choose to count how many skunks there are. Count them by pointing to them with your finger, pronouncing each time the name of the number out loud: “one, two, three, four and ... five!” After a few tries, the child will understand that, when one counts, the last word has a certain characteristic: it represents the numerical quantity equivalent to that of the whole.