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For this math worksheet, students practice counting by drawing buttons on a gingerbread man shape and completing the sentence "I see ___ buttons." No directions are given, but this could be duplicated and made into a multi-page counting book.
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How Many Spots are on Each Ladybug?
The ever popular ladybug serves as a excellent tool for developing the number sense of young mathematicians on this math learning exercise. Presented with a series of colorful pictures, children practice counting and writing the numbers...
Pre-K - K Math CCSS: Adaptable
Cut and Paste Counting Monsters
Young children will have a blast learning how to count these monster math manipulatives. Provided with a series of boxes numbered from 1 to 10, learners must place the correct number of monsters in each space to demonstrate their ability...
Pre-K - 1st Math CCSS: Adaptable
Activities that Build Number Sense
Have fun while building the number sense of young mathematicians with this list of ten-frame learning games. From developing cardinality and counting skills to learning place value and basic addition strategies, ten-frames are excellent...
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable