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  • Talk about and identify the patterns around them. For example: stripes on clothes, designs on rugs and wallpaper.
  • Use informal language like ‘pointy’, ‘spotty’, ‘blobs’, etc.
  • Extend and create ABAB patterns – stick, leaf, stick, leaf.
  • Notice and correct an error in a repeating pattern.
  • Begin to describe a sequence of events, real or fictional, using words such as ‘first’, ‘then...’
  • Understand position through words alone – for example, “The bag is under the table,” – with no pointing.
  • Describe a familiar route.
  •  Discuss routes and locations, using words like ‘in front of’ and ‘behind’.
  • Make comparisons between objects relating to size, length, weight and capacity.
  • Select shapes appropriately: flat surfaces for building, a triangular prism for a roof, etc.
  •  Combine shapes to make new ones – an arch, a bigger triangle, etc.
  • Recite numbers past 5.
  • Say one number for each item in order: 1,2,3,4,5.