
He could count his 10 fingers.
He could count out 10 Cheerios or M&Ms.
He could count his toes on one foot and add it to the number of toes on the other foot.
He could add:
5 + 5
6 + 4
7 + 3
8 + 2
9 + 1
posted by Ms. Sue

i have no idea
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