Thoughts...
09062017, 05:27 AM


I have students who do the same thing. I make them erase and rewrite...very quietly so other students do not know it is happening.
Is there a card/resource you can give her so she can see the way the number are made? She can refer to it when making her numbers.
As far as reading numbers...begin with single digit flashcards. Then move to two digit numbers in the teens...then the twenties...and so on. Perhaps you can have an aide work with her or send home a set of flashcards so her parents can work with her for a few minutes each night.
Show the child the card. The child says the number.
Lay six to ten flashcards on a table top in random order. Say a number. The child points to the number.
Lay five flashcards (like 7, 4, 6, 8, and 5) on a table top in random order. Have her identify the numbers and then put them in order from smallest to largest.
I would also give her a hundred chart and ask her to find numbers on it. Example: Find the number 14. Find the number 22.
I would also dictate numbers to her so she can practice writing them. Example: Write 15. Write 26.
