Stable-Order – Principles of Counting and Quantity

The first principle of counting involves the student using a list of words to count in a repeatable order. This “stable list” must be at least as long as the number of items to be counted.

For example, if a student wants to count 20 items, their stable list of numbers must be to at least 20.

For a full summary of all counting principles, read the original blog post.

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