### We found 42 resources with the keyterm how many

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#### Penguin Count Worksheet

For Students K
Kindergarteners count queues of penguins on a colorfully illustrated worksheet. After counting these cute creatures, pupils circle the correct response. Additional worksheets, related story books, and an answer sheet are included.
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#### Penguin Count Worksheet

For Students K
Kindergarten counters count queues of penguins on a colorfully illustrated worksheet. After counting these cute creatures, pupils circle the correct response. Additional worksheets, related story books, and an answer sheet are included.
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#### Pattern Block Fill-In Shape C

For Students 1st - 3rd
Get your kids' attention with this strange shape! Using pattern blocks, learners are challenged to fill in an unusual template with as many (or as few) blocks as possible. There are several solutions, and as scholars come to their own,...
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#### Pattern-Block Fill-In, Shape B

For Students Pre-K - 2nd
Your kids have never seen a shape like this! Using pattern blocks, learners are challenged to fill in an unusual template with as many (or as few) blocks as possible. There are multiple solutions, and as scholars come to their own, they...
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#### How Many?

For Students K - 2nd
Working with numbers 1-10, beginning counters complete five exercises to help them hone their skills. They examine two sets of sports balls, circling the ones at various number positions. Next, they count a set of ladybugs, recording the...
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#### Number Match Worksheet

For Students K - 1st
How many of each? There are eight sets of familiar objects here, and learners match them to the numeral on the right. Numbers range from three to twelve. Although the graphics aren't fantastic, the objective is clear and your budding...
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#### Count Forward from a Given Number

For Students K - 1st
Using images of ice cream cones and carrots, this counting exercise has learners find sets of images with one more than the given set. For the first question, they count a set of six cones, then examine four other sets to indicate the...
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#### How Many Are in Me?

For Students 3rd - 5th
Learners answer the question how many of a certain number are in another number by dividing two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers. They complete 10 problems.
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#### Counting Cup

For Students Pre-K - K
Use a counting cup or bag to complete this activity, which has young counters examining the contents of their container. Once they dump it out, they count and record the number either using words, pictures, or numbers. Try a mix of all...
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#### How Much In A Cup?

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Mathematics minors investigate place value with 1s and 10s. Learners fill a cup with their choice of single blocks. They pack them into 10s and then count by 10s and 1s to determine the total number of blocks used. Children compare and...
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#### The Ants Go Marching

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
Integrate art, math, life science, music, and fun in this beginning addition and subtraction activity. Children kinesthetically represent adding and subtracting numbers to 10; they stand up one at a time as you count forward and sit down...
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For Students 3rd - 5th
In this adjectives instructional activity, students write 4 sentences and underline each adjective. Students then read 5 sentences and determine whether the underlined adjective answers 1 or 3 questions. Students write an adjective from...
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#### Organizing and Understanding Data - Independent Practice

For Students 1st
Provide your first graders with an opportunity for independent practice organizing and understanding data. The ten story prompts on this three-page worksheet asks learners to solve problems involving concepts of the total number of...
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#### Solving Algebraic Equations

For Students 6th - 7th
In this solving algebraic equations worksheet, students solve 6 different algebra word problems. First, they define an equation as a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal. Then, students determine what the word problem is...
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#### Compare Sets of Objects Guided Lesson

For Students K - 1st
Practice math vocabulary terms fewer, more, and data using this visual-object-analysis guide. Learners observe three sets of objects and answer three questions, two of which compare numbers of objects, and the last which asks scholars to...
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#### Counting Worksheet

For Students K - 2nd
In this counting worksheet, learners count how many lamps and Zamps they see and then color lamps according to the amount they are told to color based on the book The Cat in the Hat. Students complete 3 problems.
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For Students 3rd - 6th
In this adjectives worksheet, students circle the adjectives in sentences that describe underlined nouns, describe which one, describe how many, and more. Students complete 49 problems.
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#### I Have Some...

For Students 2nd - 5th
In this having items worksheet, students watch a video, write sentences, and answer short answer questions of items a person has. Students complete 3 activities total.
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#### Representing Numbers to 50

For Teachers 1st
In this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify two-digit numbers that show tens and ones. Then they write how many tens and ones there are and place the number in the boxes given.
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#### Counting Practice

For Students K - 2nd
Young counters practice their skills in these two visual problems. First, they examine a number sequence beginning at 10 with a few filled in. They must count by 10s to fill in the rest of the pattern. Next, learners count the bubbles...
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#### How Many? Step-by-Step Lesson

For Students K - 1st
How many ducks? Counters practice representing images with numbers. Because answers are written in, consider projecting it for a whole-class warm-up or skills practice. Learners examine a set of eight ducks, writing the numerical form....
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#### How Many? Count by 2s

For Students Pre-K - K
Appeal to your fashion-conscious K-1s. They practice skip counting by 2s with pictured pairs of classic Converse high-tops. Six sets on the page (Each has between 2 and 10 pairs.) with which to count "how many?" Modify for younger...
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#### Grab and Count

For Students Pre-K - K
How many did you grab? Young learners practice counting as they grab items and count how many they got. Counters do this twice, recording what they grabbed and how many in a space on the worksheet. It is unclear what they are grabbing-...
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#### Numbers for Students

For Teachers K - 2nd
Students construct sets of numbers up to 10, write the numerals up to 10, and count up to 10 rationally. They use ten frames and also make bean sticks. Communication is the Process Standard featured in this instructional activity....