Colburn's First Lessons: Intellectual Arithmetic, Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Colburn's First Lessons: Intellectual Arithmetic, Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction
The above mode of adding may be shortened by leading the class to say as follows: One and one are two, and one are three, and one are four, &c.
At any time the word designating the counter may be used along with the number, as beans, balls, pieces, marks. Or books, as the case may be.
At times it will be well to give some fictitious designation to the counters, such as the teacher, or still better such as some one of the clus, may choose, calling them men, sheep horses, &c.
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