Let's start from the beginning! Young counters complete activities focused on the number one to solidify their understanding of its value. First, they trace its word form and then try it on their own (maybe more than once, even). Next, learners draw one spoon in each of two bowls. They match the number to sets with only one object and finally fill in the one in a number sequence from 0-10. Make it personal by asking them what they only have one of (house, dog, desk, bike, etc.).