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- is the concept that, when counting objects, the last number represents the total number of objects in the set
- includes size, length, height, weight, volume, distance, and time
- Number and operations
- refers to a set of math concepts related to understanding and representing numbers and operations (e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and the relationships between them
- is the ability to understand and reason with numbers
- One-to-one correspondence
- refers to matching one object to each number word when counting
- refers to the ability to identify the number of objects in a small group of objects without counting them
- is offering the right level of support to help a child achieve more than they would be able to on their own