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In Mathematics, we ensure children can count reliably and show an understanding of the order of numbers and what one more or one less than a given number is.

Jack counted 5 fire engines. He then drove the engines around the carpet saying "Nee, naw, nee, naw, the big house is on fire!"

Jack counted 5 fire engines.  He then drove the engines around the carpet saying "Nee,  naw, nee, naw, the big house is on fire!" 1

Teddy matched the correct amount of treasures to the Numicon piece.

Teddy matched the correct amount of treasures to the Numicon piece.  1

Louie enjoyed counting the spots on the die. "There's 4 dots." he said.

Louie enjoyed counting the spots on the die.  "There's 4 dots." he said. 1

Evie came to show me her board she had been working on, "I've got 8" she said.

Evie came to show me her board she had been working on, "I've got 8" she said.   1

Darcie independently wrote numbers 1-12 in the correct order.

 

Mia knew she only needed "3 more" to win the game. 

 

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