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Counting 1 To 10.
Counting 1 To 10.
This guide help your students gain a greater understanding of what each number represents numerically, and make counting from 0-10 very easy.
Preschool, Nursery 1
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Counting 0 - 10
In this lesson we will learn to count 0 - 10 and write 0 - 2.
Oral Counting Of 0 - 10, Writing 0 - 3
Counting and recognition of 0 - 10. Writing 0 - 3
Oral Counting Of Numbers 0 To 15
In this lesson, learners learn how to count oral numbers from 0 to 15 and identify 0 to 10
Oral Counting Of Numbers 0 To 20.
In this lesson, learners learn how to count orally from numbers 0 to 20 and recognize 0 to 15.
Counting Backwards From 0 To 10
Learners will be able to learn how to count backwards from 0 to 10, and also learn shapes- Circle.
Counting 0 - 10 Backwards And Learning Some Shapes.
In this lesson we will be learning to count 0 - 10 backwards.
Counting 0 - 25
In this lesson, we will learn to count 0 - 25 and write 9 - 10. Are you ready?
In this lesson, we will be learning how to count from 0 to 35.
In this lesson, we will be learning how to count from 0-20
Counting 0-25 Backwards
In this lesson, we will be learning how to count backwards from 25 to 0.
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