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If your child is below 2 years old, you can use the dot cards method. One of my friend used big flashcards printed with red dots to teach counting.
You can also use the method to teach counting up to 100. Drawing dots up to 100 would be a tedious job. If you would like to have the pdf, please contact us. We can send you the PDF files, which you can directly use to print.
If your child is more than 2 years old, you can go for number flashcards.
If you want to DIY (Do It Yourself), buy a white colour chart papers from the stationary shop nearby.
Take one sheet and mark a square or rectangular shape with sufficient space to write a 2/3 digit numbers.
Now, cut the square and make that as a base and cut 100 cards from the chart papers.
Get a black sketch pen and write a number in a card. Follow the same procedure till you complete the numbers up to 100.
Once the cards are ready, fix a time to teach your child. Show the cards from numbers 1 to 10 for few days then go for other numbers.
Showing the flashcards for few minutes a day is sufficient.
Use medium size beads, if possible with different colours.
Place them in a line ( 1 to 10 beads per line ) and ask your child to count them.
You can also use cups. Ask your child to put the beads into cups while counting the beads.
Get small cookies, gems or chocolate pieces in plate and ask him to count before / while eating each piece.
Get a set of colour crayons or pencils, and use it to teach counting.
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