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*Early math concepts*

In this exercise, the child is already counting objects, expressing numbers, quantities, comparing and determining how much bigger or smaller they are.

**Why is this exercise important?**

The child already understands the principle of comparison (thanks to exercise 123 Determine where there is more of, less of).

Now it is necessary to include numerical expression in the comparison. This means numbers and how we express the comparison. So the child is working with both quantity and numbers, which they are passively comparing with each other.

**Who is the exercise suitable for?**

In general, it belongs to early school games. In addition to number concepts, and rational assumptions, it also develops language skills with numbers at the same time.

**Why is this exercise important?**

The child already understands the principle of comparison (thanks to exercise 123 Determine where there is more of, less of).

Now it is necessary to include numerical expression in the comparison. This means numbers and how we express the comparison. So the child is working with both quantity and numbers, which they are passively comparing with each other.

**Who is the exercise suitable for?**

In general, it belongs to early school games. In addition to number concepts, and rational assumptions, it also develops language skills with numbers at the same time.

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