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Students create counting books. In this counting book lesson, students make their own book which counts on each page and has a corresponding picture. These books can count by 1's, 2's, 5's, or even fractions.
First graders read "Ten Black Dots" by Donald Crews and then create their own counting books focusing on the number 1 (one) and using yellow dots to represent the sun, moon and stars.
First graders listen to the book, 1, 2, 3, To The Zoo, and focus on the one-to-one correspondence while counting the animals and other objects in the story. They create page number four in their number books.
First graders listen to the story Three Bears from the book, Three Tales of Three, focusing on the one-to-one correspondence while counting various items in the story. They create pages for the number 3 for their counting books.
First graders listen to the story, Olivia Counts, and demonstrate counting to ten. They make predictions, and recognize the day and night sky. They add page number 2 to their counting books.
Second graders discover how to make their own counting books in Spanish. After students have completed their writing, have them illustrate each page. They have to match the number of illustrations on each page to each Spanish number.