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Topic: Number Recognition
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Leslie

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Number Recognition
Posted: Dec 6, 2004 10:32 PM
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I am doing a short research paper on how to teach number recognition.
I tutored a third grade student who was unable to look at the number
22, for example, and tell me what that number was. He could create
numbers using base ten blocks, but he could not look at any number and
tell me what that number was. When I research online, it tells me how
to teach a toddler number recognition, but that is not appropriate for
this situation. Could someone please give me some resources to help
with this paper. I greatly appreciate it.

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