Large number track with each number (from 1-20) represented by a corresponding number of items (all of which are things that might be found outdoors in the grass). The 2 digit numbers are positioned beneath their corresponding 1 digit number so that the child can better understand the relationship between the two. For example, they can see that the number 15 is made up of one group of 5 plus one group of 10.
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