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  1. Dry erase boards and side walk chalk are good ideas. This reminded me of how crazy kids go over drawing on sidewalks, I'll try it with my child too.
  2. Thank you for the suggestion! I will look at Before Five in a Row.
  3. Great idea! I'll try to model counting more too.
  4. Thank you for the detailed advice! I purchased the book, but I think we will actually give counting a break. I tried counting giraffes on her playmat last night after reading everyone's advice, poker cards that she was playing with, and fish from a fishing game, and she was completely avoidant of that too.
  5. Thank you for the suggestion! I bought it last night on Amazon.
  6. Sorry! 😦 I just figured out how to attach pictures. Here it is:
  7. Help! I think my daughter has an aversion to counting. Below is an Imgur link of her morning work. She is able to count above three when I work with her, but when she is doing work independently, she avoids any number above three. In other words, I think she's doing this on purpose, because she knows what four items looks like and can count five if she tries. Also, when she doesn't have to do one-to-one counting, she can recite #1-10 just fine. Her overall attitude to worksheets is positive (except for counting), and likes to try worksheets such as tracing, matching, and circling. What's going on? https://imgur.com/a/iUqjjYA
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