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1 Learning Touchmath *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
2 Learn how to count using Touchmath. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
3 Touch number one on the dot and count. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com one
4 Touch number two on the dots and count. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com two one
5 *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com Touch number three on the dots and count. one two three
6 Touch number four on the dots and count. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com one two three four
7 Keep touching the dots and counting. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
8 Double count on each double dot. one-two three-four five-six
9 *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com Now try number seven.
10 Remember to double count. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
11 And now the last number… *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
12 Great job, You have done it!!!!
13 Now lets practice! one one *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
14 One one one one Two two two two *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
15 one one two two three three *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
16 Keep going!!! *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
17 You are over half way done. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
18 Remember to double count on each double dot!! *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
19 Three more to go… *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
20 Remember to double count. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
21 Last number… *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
22 With a little more practice, you will be able to add numbers using these touch points. *Graphics taken from www.touchmath.com
23 Practice with your worksheets in your free time and at home for homework.
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