mother_Ira02/03/2012 at 21:08:17
not...
before the composition of the number, the child should already understand what is the number 1 .... 10 and that this is not just a figure, but a number ....
then we start with the number 2 .... from which numbers you can add the number 2: we write in the column all the numbers that go to 2: 0, 1, 2 and we start to add their number 2 from us: this is 0 + 2, 1 +1, 2 + 0 ... During the day, the child is given 2-3 examples of the type of anu how much it will be 1 + 1 or how much you need to add to 1 to make 2 ... so in 2-3-7 days the child has mastered it, go to number 3: write 0 , 1, 2, 3 and add up again ... 0 + 3, 1 + 2, 2 + 1, 3 + 0 .. and ask during the day ... etc ... after a while we connect another figure ....
Pts are good exercises like, how many need to add for example to 5 to teach 9 ... write examples of type 6 + ... = 8, 7 - .. = 3 .... many children in general need to write everything, and not just to speak, they perceive it this way better, not everyone catches in 5-6-7 years quickly by ear ...
with my child, I started right away with 5 .... as he was up to 5, he perfectly understood and understood what was happening ...
my Pts was also helped by the games with 2-3 cubes, thanks to them, he learned to quickly add 2-3 numbers and jumped without a problem in a dozen ... taught to take it away after he mastered the composition of the number to 20 ....
and I did not take into account the type, so there were 4 apples. They added 2 more ... I never laid out examples with some objects there, somehow initially 2 is 2 something, just a quantity .... that's why he used to think not with pencils in the head or hands ....