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3V1084.1

3V1084.01 Counting Irregularities (1/10/81)

Peggy “counts,” ie. recites the number names in a quasi-standard
fashion. (omitting “seven” more often than including it.) Although she
has put objects in one to one correspondence, she has not done so
successfully in the standard sense. She counted on her fingers today
showing no non-standard variations. First she counted on her fingers,
at some point reciting several number names before going on. She
stopped (was there here a global criticism that she didn’t have twelve
fingers on one hand), she started again at the number three.

I believe (1/25/81) she is very close to being able to apply the number
names to objects in the standard fashion. Today, P157 (i.e. 3;0;2) we
want to try finger counting.
I believe (1/25/81) she is very close to being able to apply the number
names to objects in the standard fashion. Today, P157 (i.e. 3;0;2) we
want to try finger counting.

P154

Peggy Study, Panel P154

Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interaction
Source: (Lawler); date: 1/5/1981

Title:
Text commentary: These clips show extension of objects to social objects (a clock) and puzzles, as well as to quantity related objects



P154A1 Paper Clock, 5mb


P154A2 Pythagorean, 14mb


P154B1 Cuisenaire Rods, 22mb


P154B2 Cuisenaire Rods, 22mb


P154C Discrete Substance, 23mb


P154D1 Letter Desk, 25mb


P154D2 Letter Desk, 19mb


P154E Pythagorean, 8mb


P154F Standard Objects, 11mb