EGG MAZE: COUNTING BY TWOS, THREES AND FIVES
Students successfully count by twos, threes and fives, using pictures of eggs and poultry as points of interest. They orally review the types of counting (twos, threes, or fives). Students are introduced the idea of a dozen eggs.
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Pumpkins in the Fall: Projects All About Pumpkins (and vines!)
Did you know that the lines on a pumpkin indicate the amount of seeds it will have? Class members learn many fun pumpkin facts when they read How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin, by Margaret McNamara. Follow the patterns set up in the book, have...
K - 2nd Math
Counting, Properties of Numbers, and Reasoning about Numbers
Five days of lessons develop number sense and counting patterns, including odd and even numbers, 5s and 10s, doubles, and ways to make 10. Each session opens with fun finger play to reinforce counting and reasoning about numbers. Various...
K - 3rd Math