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Counting chart is the best way to learn through colour, you have a 100 chart, count in 2’s, count in 5’s and count in 10’s. Counting charts are a fundamental tool in early childhood education because they help children develop several key mathematical skills. Here’s why they are important:

Rote to Rational Counting: Initially, children may learn to count by rote, memorizing the sequence of numbers as if it were a song. As they grow, they begin to understand that numbers represent quantities and start counting objects meaningfully.

Understanding Counting Principles: Counting charts help children grasp the five principles of counting as described by Gelman and Gallistel, which include the one-to-one principle, stable order principle, cardinal principle, abstraction principle, and order-irrelevance principle.

Development of Number Sense: Children learn to recognize numbers and understand their order, which is crucial for developing number sense. This foundational skill is important for more complex mathematical concepts like addition, subtraction, and beyond.

Visual Learning: Counting charts provide a visual aid that supports the understanding of number concepts. They serve as a visual scaffold that children can refer to, enhancing their learning experience.

Progression to Skip Counting: Mastery of counting by ones on a chart can lead to skip counting, which is essential for understanding multiplication and other mathematical operations. In essence, counting charts are not just about learning to count; they’re about building a strong foundation for all future mathematical learning. They help children transition from simply reciting numbers to understanding what those numbers represent and how they relate to the world around them.

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