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In this lesson, your child will learn how to count with Brown Bear through a video, sorting, and graphing, while practicing fine motor skills.
In this lesson, your child will practice writing numbers, learn how to draw tally marks, and practice counting tally marks. This lesson will help your child refine their motor skills by allowing them to accurately trace and write lines and numbers. They will sing fun songs, participate along with a video, and apply their skills to counting items and keeping a tally of items in your home.
This lesson uses real coins, role play, and interactive media to help children learn the value of each coin and practice counting skills.
This lesson includes a variety of different activities, such as songs, a maze, a sensory bin experiment, and a game, to encourage and teach counting.
Valentine’s Day Counting, Number Identification, 1-to-1 Correspondence, and Number Formation from 1-10
Children will practice naming numerals, number formation to 10, putting numerals in sequential order, and applying 1-to-1 correspondence when counting. Children will use fine motor skills and gross motor skills throughout this hands-on lesson.
This lesson helps children learn the value of different coins in addition to counting money through books, videos, memory games, worksheets and a practical activity at a store of your choice.
This lesson examines how to recognize coins and make the right amount of change when purchasing items.
This lesson teaches about shapes, colors, counting and getting kids started writing their names in a fun way!
This lesson helps children to count up to 20, while understanding the value and symbolic representation of each number.
This lesson is all about skip counting. Students get to develop their counting skills, as well as their fine motor skills, through a series of fun, hands-on, interactive math tasks.
This lesson captures students’ love of LADYBUGS, while also developing their counting skills with multiple hands-on and interactive activities.
This lesson is all about counting and comparing green beans. Students get to go into the garden to pick their veggies and then into the kitchen to prepare and cook a meal, while all the while doing math!
This lesson examines counting with Easter themed activities. It features reading, counting with Easter eggs, clip cards, a virtual Easter egg hunt, puzzles, and making numbers and Easter eggs with playdough!
We love pizza and cooking activities. I thought this was a great opportunity to combine this with counting since math is such a big part of cooking. It is a great way to get children to attend especially the actual pizza after.
I made this unit to practice counting around the Valentine's Day holiday.