First graders practice counting to solve simple addition problems. They count forwards and backwards and are asked to explain how they worked out the problem presented to them and worked on paper as well as mentally in their minds.
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A Very Long Train - Counting by 10's to Numbers Greater than 100!
Youngsters view a "train" of 153 cars and are asked to come up with a strategy to determine how many cars are in it. They build a train with cars ccmposed of 10 blocks each, and skip count to 150. Finally, learners work together to...
K - 1st Math
Even and Odd Numbers: Lesson Plans and Sample Problems
If your youngsters are new to numbers, here are several interactive strategies to get them thinking about even and odd numbers. For example, they can count the number of desks, people, etc. in the room and determine if it is even or odd....
Pre-K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Special Education Lesson: Counting by Jumping Squares
Get your kids counting and moving with this fun activity. Special-needs students practice counting objects up to 7, count using a numberline, and focus on recognizing the number before and after. This mini lesson finishes with a...
K - 1st Special Education & Programs
"Eggs-ploring" Math with Jellybeans
Learners work in pairs with a small bag of jellybeans to estimate the number of candies in their bags and then figure out how many groups of 10 jellybeans are contained in their bags. They then graph the information using a pictograph or...
1st - 4th Social Studies & History