The child will practice one-to-one correspondence by making sets of six.
In this activity, the child will first watch a video about a chef who counts multiple sets of 6 as he makes hamburgers for customers. Then they will apply one-to-one correspondence as they make 6 pizzas.
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At the end of the activity, the child will be asked to make a set of 6 pizzas.
Have the child show you the pizzas they made. Have them demonstrate one-to-one correspondence as they count each pizza. Prompt the child to demonstrate that they understand the last number they counted indicates how many are in the set (cardinality). Ask, “How many pizzas did you count?”