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She can get to about 14 or 15 on her own. Jas loves to teach her as well. They play school, where Jas is the teacher and Lucy is the student. I love watching them to do it. Its a good way for me to see what Jas thinks of her teacher. Her mannerisms when they play are very much like her teachers.
i think she can, but it's kind of hard to understand LOL! The shorter sounding numbers you can understand but the longer ones she cuts off the end. so 8 sounds like the letter A. 5 sounds like FIE, 7 is SEH. 9 is NIE you get it.
Chris mom to 4 girls: Ashleigh, Madisyn, Emely, & Cathryn
So far A.J can count to 10 but he is working on counting to 15 on his own! He can also pick out the numbers.. Example: Today we drove by a number, 806. He pointed to the numbers and said the number 8 and then 6! He doesn't know zero yet..
Last edited by Adriana's Mommy; June 8th, 2012 at 07:37 PM.
We want to do bi-lingual but haven't really pushed it yet..
Originally Posted by mommy2Breana+Brandon
That is great about A.J.
Thank you. A.J is at 13 now.. I don't remember my daughter being able to pick out numbers like A.J at his age.. Yes, she could count the numbers in order but not really know the meaning.. A.J likes to tell me the numbers on UPC codes, signs, etc.. We are excited..
Last edited by Adriana's Mommy; June 21st, 2012 at 12:35 AM.