Counting Method / June 2, 2018 / Noor Burnette
Cardinality: When a child is counting a collection, the last item in the collection is the amount of the collection. For instance, if a child counts 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7 marbles, knowing that the last number represents the number of marbles in the collection is cardinality. When a child is prompted to recount the marbles how many marbles there are, the child doesn't yet have cardinality. To support this concept, children need to be encouraged to count sets of objects and then probed for how many are in the set. The child needs to remember the last number represents the quantity of the set. Cardinality and quantity are related in counting concepts.
He will go potty when the time is right method. This method is recommended by Dr Terry Brazelton and is also adopted by the American Academy of Pediatrics. This is probably the most used method in North America . The premise of the method is that since potty training is a developmental milestone in your child's life (such as walking, talking, eating etc), your task as the parent is to introduce the potty and all the related tasks to your child. Then when your child is ready, she will decide to use the potty and in effect will train themselves.