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#### Together in a Line: Collaborative Addition

For Teachers K - 1st Standards
Partners solve addition equations using counters and number lines, each counting out the number of manipulatives for an addend and then combining their quantities on a single number line to ascertain the sum. They write equations...
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#### Counting in Kindergarten: Make Number Books

For Teachers K
Emergent math masters practice 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and quantity-to-number relationships. They view number flashcards, state the correct number name, and circle the corresponding numeral to represent the number of...
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#### Wheels All Around

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Budding mathematicians explore the concept of skip counting. They practice skip counting as they use it to determine the number of wheels that come to school at 3 different times throughout the day. They also create a data graph to show...
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#### Yummy Apples!

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Young learners listen to a read aloud of Gail Gibbons book, Apples and the story A Red House With No Windows and No Doors. They compare characteristics of a number of kinds of apples, graph them and create a apple print picture. Learners...
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#### Cardinal Numbers, Graphing Names

For Teachers K - 2nd
Explore the concept of patterns using the various names of students in the classroom. Arranging and rearranging those names under specific criteria which at first be set by the class and then by individual students.
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#### Numbers Larger than 100: Counting by 1s and 2s

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
First graders count objects by 10s into cups. Once the group has reached 100, they count by 1s to 130. During the second part of the activity, they skip count from 100 by 2s. Objective is to start at any number in the sequence, but no...
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For Teachers K - 1st
Young readers consider text-to-self connections. Learners discover the text-to-self connection as they read Flora's Box by Tina Althaide. They practice high frequency words, prepositions, and 1:1 correspondence.
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#### I Can Use a Worm to Count

For Teachers K
Kindergarteners use worms, puppets or other props to practice counting to 100. First, they listen to a read aloud of Count Worms by Roger Hargeaves. A worm pattern is used to count to 100, with each segment of the worm representing a...
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#### Solve Story Problems: Sold! A Mathematics Adventure

For Teachers K - 2nd
Young mathematicians listen to the book Sold!: A Mathematics Adventure by Nathan Zimelman where they encounter ways to solve story problems. They then create and solve start unknown addition and subtraction equations. Resource builds in...
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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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#### Numbers to Ten

For Teachers K
After a brief discussion about the shape that makes up the faces of a cube, your mathematicians play a dice-rolling game to count dots and write numbers accordingly. They complete a matching worksheet with rolled dice and pictures of...
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#### The Counting Caterpillar

For Teachers K
A daily counting routine builds a caterpillar with 100 body segments (marked with symbols to indicate 2s, 5s, and 10s) by the 100th day of school. Provides structured repetition as part of the morning routine so that by 100th day,...
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#### Teaching Arithmetic and Math Concepts to Headstarters

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Students discover early number concepts for numbers 1 through 5. For this number concepts lesson, students work in stations doing hands-on activities such as sorting colored blocks, stringing beads, and counting sticks. Students also...
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#### Investigation - The Bakery Shop

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Students use manipulatives to establish quantity. By singing a song titled "Five Little Cookies," students determine which strategy to use to find out how many cookies are left in the bakery shop.
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#### Summer Worksheet - Practice Counting

For Students Pre-K - 1st
In this counting worksheet, students count the number of sunflowers illustrated on the worksheet and circle the correct number that is written below.
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#### Count, Sort, Group, and Graph with Gummy Bears

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Youngsters will love to explore counting and sorting by color using gummy bears. They write the number of bears of each hue on a sheet (attached). The class graphs their favorite color of gummy bear, first on a chart, and then...
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#### Fish in a Pond: Counting to 3... and a Half

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Very young learners explore quantity to 3 and the concept of half. They begin by counting the number of paper fish in a masking tape pond on the floor as the teacher adds one at a time. Teacher demonstrates the concept of half with one...
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#### How Many?

For Teachers K
Establish 1:1 correspondence by counting students, first one gender, then the other. Give each child a colored cube (one color for boys, another for girls) and have small groups determine more or less and how many all together. As a...
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#### Investigation--Can You Build This?

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Early learners explore shapes using colored blocks. They first get some hands-on time with the blocks and then look at beginning math concepts regarding spatial relationships. They work with a partner to build a 6-8 block tower with...
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#### Measurement

For Teachers K - 1st
Young scholars investigate non-standard linear measurement.  In this cross curriculum measurement lesson, students listen to the book Measuring Penny by Loreen Leedy, and identify pages in which non-standard measurement is used.  Young...
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#### Counting Lesson Plan

For Teachers K - 2nd
In whole group practice, children count together and identify how many objects are drawn on butcher paper, increasing the number when they have achieved fluency. In pairs, they count manipulatives. They then copy series of numbers from...
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#### Mini-Research eBook: Barnyard Animal Number Words

For Teachers K
Students contribute to the class eBook. In this interactive numeration lesson, students make models of objects through writing or drawing to demonstrate an understanding of one-to-one correspondence. Students upload their published class...
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#### Counting Colors (Two Colors)

For Students K - 1st
In this counting worksheet, students learn one to one correspondence by counting the number of colored boxes in a set of boxes then recording the number in each box provided.