Does your child remember the sequence of numbers to ten or even twenty, yet you’re not sure if they understand what each of the numbers represent? It’s common in children ages two and three to remember the numbers in perfect sequence, however, if you present the numbers to the child out of sequence, you may find the child isn’t sure.
It’s the preschool teacher’s job to instruct and teach your child. It’s the parent’s job to make sure the child understands what the teacher has shared with the class. In a world where there are only ten to twelve children in the class, this wouldn’t be a required task for parents In today’s public school systems the number of children in the class far exceeds 12 children, even with one teacher and one teacher’s aid. it’s still difficult for young children to concentrate with that many children.
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