• experiencing number names and number sequence in everyday experiences, for example birthdays, distributing equipment, collecting materials
  • experiencing number and its use in stories, songs and rhythm, chosen for their interest and relevance to the student’s age
  • attending to number and counting in daily routines, for example cups of flour in the bowl, number of times an action or event is repeated or experienced
  • reacting to everyday situations where objects are counted, for example number of items on a plate or tray, steps to the door, eggs in the carton, bounces of a ball
  • being supported as they touch, feel or move over objects as they are being counted