• recognising a change in a collection’s size within the context of familiar, everyday objects, for example a group of cars, toys, lollies, fruit, vegetables, coins, books, materials or tools
  • demonstrating an understanding of one by selecting, giving or taking one object
  • responding to questions about group composition (for example ‘Which group has more?’ ‘Which group has none?’) verbally or by indicating through augmentative and alternative communication, actions or eye gaze