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Counting On

Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i...

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Many kids do not realize that counting can start at any number; it doesn’t always have to start at one (1). Once kids can count and begin to recognize the dice dot patterns and the finger patterns on hands without needing to count, counting on with these is a great skill to try. That’s exactly where …

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from In The Playroom

LEGO Duplo Number Line for Addition and Subtraction

Lego DUPLO number line for addition and subtraction. Simple hands on math

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6.3.1 Figurative Counting: This is a great independent activity to practise counting items in two collections, with first collection screened. Also links to finger patterns.

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Counting on from any number math stations where students roll the dice to figure out the number and then count forward (Building Number Sense in First Grade)

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Counting Activity Cards

Draw More Bundle Counting Activity Cards

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from creativefamilyfun.net

10 Fun Ways to Practice Counting On

It's so important to practice math at home with your kids, but it's got to be fun! Here are some fun and easy ways to practice the math concept of counting on.

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from Top Notch Teaching

Mental Maths – Counting On Strategy

The mental maths strategy of counting on is useful to use when students are first learning to add two numbers. http://topnotchteaching.com/lesson-ideas/mental-maths/

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