Guess How Many?
Learners study number sense and practice cooperative skills. They guess the number of items in a transparent box or jar of cubes, macaroni, dry beans, etc. They talk about the advantage of counting items by grouping into groups of tens.
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Math Lesson Plan: Halloween Candy Counting
Post-Halloween learners bring in candy treats to use for counting practice. They estimate how full a bowl of candy will get when there are 100 and 200 pieces of candy counted and put in it. They take turns counting to 100 and 200;...
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Sunflower Measuring and Counting
Youngsters improve their measuring and counting skills using sunflowers. They view pictures painted by Van Gogh. Everyone works in groups to measure sunflowers and record their findings, and they all use sunflower seeds to create...
1st - 2nd Visual & Performing Arts
Estimation Station: Why Estimating is Better than Guessing
Youngsters discover the difference between estimating and guessing. They estimate how many items are contained in a jar as they read a story. After the story, pupils discover the differences between estimating and guessing and create a...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed