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How can I help my grandson learn to count past 20?

I need suggestions for teaching my special needs (spd) grandson to count.  He can count to 20 but does not get the concept of counting from there.  He loves games but I cant seem to find any that help.
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> 60 days ago

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Louiseasl
Apr 25, 2013
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What the Expert Says:

Hello,

Use concrete tasks to help him learn to count, such as counting steps he is taking, times he can hop, rocks in a pile, raisins on a plate, etc.  

Also, if you use song or rhyme he may learn rote counting quicker.

Visual cues also are helpful such as pairing a picture of the number with the vocalized word for the number.

Good luck!

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