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#### Number Rods

Working in a math center or an "I finished early" work station, young mathematicians will match in sequence pre-set-up rods of unifix cubes to numbers on a number line. To help differentiate tens from ones, use different colors to...

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#### More and Less Handfuls

Working as a pair, two kindergartners will sit at a table and will pick two handfuls of counters. They will combine their individual handfuls into one, and count their own selection. They will then draw and record their count on a record...

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#### Guess the Marbles in the Bag

Use this activity to help your class develop an understanding of greater than, less than, and equal to with numbers valued between 1 and 10. Secretly place a number of marbles (between 1 and 10) in a brown paper bag. Then shake the bag...

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#### Five by Two

Help young mathematicians read and interpret numbers from 1 to 10 and sequence them correctly with this card game. Using a deck of cards and two to three classmates, have one player hand out ten cards to each gamer and then put the extra...

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#### Counting Cup

Help your kindergartners develop counting skills using a 24 oz. plastic cup, counting manipulatives, and a paper plate. Start with a small group of learners and place a quantity of counting objects between the range of 5 to 10 into each...

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#### Counting Overview

Develop automatic, meaningful counting skills with your class by using everyday classroom/school items, objects, and opportunities. Counting skills should be practiced during the year using objects and items they are familiar with and...

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#### Who's First?

Put ribbons, rabbits, and shapes in order with a number sequence activity. Three different activities reinforce counting and number sequence, as kindergartners color particular items and identify the first, second, and third in various...

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#### Kindergarten: Counting and Cardinality

Pair up your kindergartners to play this card game. They each turn over a card and compare the number values. Similar to the classic card game, War, the player with the higher number gets the pair of cards. Models of number and ten frame...

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#### Greater Than, Less Than - Reteach 1.6

Use a number line to determine greater than and less than up to 20. First, learners compare six pairs of numbers and circle the one in each set that is greater. In the second section, they circle the number that represents less than the...

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#### Comparing Numbers (Animals)

Primary graders count how many objects are in a set (up to 10) and write the corresponding numeral on the lines. They then circle the number that represents how many are in the larger set. Finally, they complete two sentences about which...

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#### Just Enough Carrots: Math Lesson

Practice addition and subtraction skills with your class. They read Just Enough Carrots, by Frank Remkiewicz, and use math manipulatives to solve addition and subtraction problems associated with the story. This lesson includes group...

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#### High, Low, or In Between?

Trios play a card game that reinforces the concepts of number sequence and greater than and less than. Scholars make predictions based on information they know and a single unknown. They see cards drawn by others in the group, but not...

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#### St. Patrick's Day Ordering Numbers Worksheet 1

This is a lucky worksheet! If your learners are new to counting, they will get some festive practice with this St. Patrick's Day ordering numbers worksheet. It features six shamrocks four numbers each, and scholars order them from least...

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#### Greater Than or Less Than With "Mr. Great"

Those tricky symbols for greater than and less than have stumped young mathematicians for generations. Mr. Great is a paper plate cut into a Pac-Man shape that can be used to keep track of which direction the symbols should face. This...

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#### Dot Two Dot

For classes that have mastered the concepts of more and less, here's a clever way to teach the symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to. Learners compare two numerals, deciding which is greater and which is smaller. They place...

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#### Comparing Numbers Worksheets 1 and 2 (robot theme)

There are two separate assignments here, but both of them display robots with numbers written on their chests. The first page has two sets of two characters to compare, and little learners color the robot with the larger number. If they...

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#### Larger and Smaller Numbers with Bear

A teddy bear tops the page, for no other reason than to look cute. Ten pairs of boxes follow. For each of the first five, learners color the box with the smaller of the two numbers. For the final five, they color the larger. This is a...