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    Default Memoria Press Alphabet Flashcards in SC B

    Does anyone use the number cards that come in this set? When I went through SC A we counted out loud at first then I added in counting out sticks with his pointer finger We are still doing that but now he's started noticing numerical numbers and is asking what they are I started showing him plastic magnetic numbers and the amount of objects they represent So I thought about adding in those flashcards I know that flashcards are not used a great deal in SC B but he likes them (especially when he finds out they use to be used by his older siblings) and seems to do well with them So to shorten this does anyone use number concept cards in SC B?

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    Default Re: Memoria Press Alphabet Flashcards in SC B

    Quote Originally Posted by JeSha View Post
    Does anyone use the number cards that come in this set? When I went through SC A we counted out loud at first then I added in counting out sticks with his pointer finger We are still doing that but now he's started noticing numerical numbers and is asking what they are I started showing him plastic magnetic numbers and the amount of objects they represent So I thought about adding in those flashcards I know that flashcards are not used a great deal in SC B but he likes them (especially when he finds out they use to be used by his older siblings) and seems to do well with them So to shorten this does anyone use number concept cards in SC B?

    Sharon
    In Texas
    Sure! Do what he is able and interested in. You may add or subtract any areas that you feel he is ready for or that are too taxing, respectively. You’re the teacher The lesson plans are just a guide.

    ETA: I do not advise adding *too much*. Things like number flash cards are an easy “add” and something that sounds age and skill appropriate. Now: if you were asking if it was a good idea to start addition flash cards — *that* would get a different answer. My point: don’t worry too much about sliding the plans up or down a little.

    On another note: it sounds like your guy is making progress! How exciting! Congratulations! I know that might not seem as gratifying as his being able to add and subtract and write sentences, but it’s a GREAT step. All those little steps add up and eventually, things start to hum along. My guy started out at a very, very low level and is now reading, writing, doing math and sundry other things most never thought he’d do. He just did them all later . Keep at it!
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