Early numeracy

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Early numeracy is a branch of numeracy that aims to enhance numeracy learning for younger learners, particularly those at-risk in the area of mathematics. Usually the mathematical learning begins with simply learning the digits, being 1-10. This is done because it acts as an entry way to the expansion of counting. One can keep track of the digits using any of the phalanges[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/53626/ACU_Specialist_Courses_2009.pdf, Extending Mathematics Understanding, Australian Catholic University, Retrieved September 26, 2010.