Tip 6 –
Strive for Five

Once you are accurate with single productions, start moving towards 5 at a time.

Chunking targets into sets of 5 lets us produce and track many more repetitions during a homework session.

It is much easier to have your child count to 20 (sets of 5) then it is to count to one hundred.

Develop a rhythm to saying the sets of 5.

This will help with counting the sets.

It will also help the child get into a flow state where the work is less effortful. 

This is important!

If your child is having trouble focusing or getting in a rhythm you can tap out the sets of 5 on their fingers.

Do this by having them place their hand flat on the table and tap each finger while counting out the set of 5.

Remember to add your rhythm.


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