Counting Method / June 6, 2018 / Willow Rider.
Cons of the Infant Potty Training Method. Time consuming; nearly impossible for working mothers. Have to stay on top of it and stick with it until child can potty independently. Accidents and accident clean up. It's potty time!! -Practice until you get it right potty training method. Introduce the potty to your child. Have potty be accessible. And then gradually teach himher to use it. This will include. Holding. Regular practice sessions. Rewarding child with things such as stickers or candy or whatever works for you child. Charting progress. Gradually transitioning from diapers to potty to underwear.
Connecting Blocks and Stairs. Ask the child to build a tower with the connecting blocks. Make them count aloud with each block fitting and tell them to destroy the tower, once they connect 10 blocks. Children usually love to destroy beautiful things and therefore, show great interest in building, counting and destroying the blocks. Whenever the children go up or down the stairs, ask them to count the stairs. They tend to repeat the procedure of climbing up and down the stairs once found interesting. This may help them to learn counting easily.
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.
There are many games that are fun but not all of them are education. Children love to play games and those that are educational can be somewhat boring and uninteresting. This is changing as people are finding out that games can really help children to learn different concepts. Kindergarten games especially and others geared towards specific ages can assist a child in learning the concepts that they need to learn for their ages and can even help a person get ahead.