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#alphabeteer #funbrainlearning Yes…I admit it…I luv my job. I luv seeing the wonder and awesome excitement in the eyes of students when they are having fun learning. My theory, if a child is having fun and focused, they are learning. The numbers game is simply a race against the clock. What are we racing??? A clock! So be willing to adjust to the fun of your child and their style of learning. Here are a few tips to get you started: • I’m using magnetic numbers but you can use something as simple as, writing the numbers 0 to 9 on rectangular pieces of paper • At this stage of learning, I’m keeping the numbers in numerical order. But, for a challenge, you can mix the numbers up before placing them in front of your child • You can start with single-digit numbers and progressively add in 2 or 3 digit numbers. It’s important that your child masters each succession, before moving on • Give your child an opportunity to respond to each number but do not allow an excessive amount of time to go by before cueing Be sure to check out Alphabeteer’s youtube video, 1 Smart Numbers Game – 3 Fun Ways. If you would like your own Educational Fun experience, be sure to contact Alphabeteer and receive your FREE, Fun Brain Learning trial today! Come check out the Alphabeteer Advantage! Alphabeteer is an all-inclusive learning center, that offers: 📚 Pre-Reading/Reading Classes 👍Positive & Patient Tutoring 🎓Comprehensive IQ & Academic Evaluations 😄Special Ed. Consultation & Advocacy Support Celebrating all the ways kids are smart. All learning types are welcome Contact us today @ 682-593-3953 FunBrainLearning@alphabeteer.com www.alphabeteer.com #reading #kindergarten #preschool #sesamestreet #barney #toddlers #docmcstuffins #superwhy #pawpatrol #literacy #literacymatters #reading #readingempowerment #literacyadvocate #childrensliteracyadvocates #knowledgeispower #readingisfundamental #earlychildhoodeducation #earlyliteracy #elementaryreading #learning #ipromotereading #read #storybots #wordparty #playbasedlearning #sensorylearning #toddlers

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This Fun numbers game will prepare your child for the more rigorous expectations of school. Be sure to check out the associated Youtube video at Alphabeteer - https://youtu.be/g9CIqnZSGok To experience Educational Fun for yourself, contact Alphabeteer at alphabeteer.com / 682-593-3953 & receive your FREE, Fun Brain Learning session today! Because Starting Ahead😊Is Better Than Catching Up😢! Remember your excitement, when you thought about your child’s excitement when they opened that very expensive gift, you knew they would be over the moon for…all to be outdone by the box😣. But is it weird to admit that I was still kinda fascinated watching them entertain themselves & be creative…with a box😉. That’s the beauty of a child’s brain, their ability to learn and be creative, even in play. Children are the fastest learners. So let’s guide them in that learning while enhancing their insatiable curiosity, extraordinary creativity, and awesome big brains🎓. Two-digit tips: • When introducing the teens, alternate from showing a single-digit number (ex. # 9), then adding the # 1 in front of the number (ex. 19). Have your child say or repeat the tens-place number (child says ‘9’). While running your finger across both numbers (#1 & #9), parent then says, ‘teen’. Repeat several times while pointing to the tens-place number (9). Then, while running your finger across both numbers, both say aloud the whole number (‘19’). • If your child can not remember a number, use the same method. Cue them by pointing to the tens-place number (for example #19, you point to the 9), have them say or repeat the tens-place number (child says ‘9’), and you say the word ‘teen’ after. Repeat several times (child – ‘9’; you – ‘teen’). Then ask your child to say the entire number by themselves, for maximum retention. Move on to a number your child has mastered, then back to the number that required a cue. • Do one series of numbers at a time (all 20’s, then all 30’s, and so forth). For a challenge, once your child has mastered a series of numbers, mix in the mastered set of numbers along with the new set of numbers being learned.

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