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- K.CC.B.4Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
- K.CC.B.5Count to answer "how many?"Â questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.

Nina's Family: Exploring the Number 19

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Students will get to celebrate families with this lesson that explores the number 19.

Zero, My Hero! Exploring the Number Zero

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea: Many kindergarteners come to school with rote counting skills, but they often do not understand that the numbers they can recite actually represent quantities. This lesson helps to make that connection.

I Am Five! Exploring the Number Five

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:Many kindergarteners come to school with rote counting skills, but they often do not understand that the numbers they can recite actually represent quantities. This lesson helps to make that connection.

Emery the Elephant: Exploring the Number 11

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Students will have fun exploring the number 12 with Emery the Elephant!

Let it Roll! Reviewing Numbers 1-6

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:The students have been working with the numbers 1-6. Now it's time for them to show what they know with this interactive and fun review.

Assessing Number Knowledge 0-10

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:The students have worked hard learning numbers 0-10. Now it's time to see where they are at. This lesson includes several assessment tools for you to use.

Fast Food Freddie - Surveys and Bar Graphs

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Sorting, Graphing, and Patterning

Big Idea:Students continue to build their graphing skills. They experience a real world application of graphing by organizing survey results.

Six Spots! Exploring the Number Six

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea: Many kindergarteners come to school with rote counting skills, but they often do not understand that the numbers they can recite actually represent quantities. This lesson helps to make that connection.

Thelma Makes Breakfast: Exploring the Number 13

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Students learn about the number 13 in this breakfast themed lesson.

Emmitt is Thankful: Exploring the Number 18

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Students will have fun learning about the number 18 with this Thanksgiving themed lesson that has students thinking about gratitude.

Let's Review Numbers 11-20

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:The students have a chance to work with numbers 11-20. They will review counting, representing and writing numbers.

Thanksgiving Times Twenty: Exploring the Number 20

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:It's Thanksgiving Time. What a great time to explore the number 20!

Twinkie the Rabbit: Exploring the Number 12

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Students will have fun exploring the number 12 with Twinkie the Rabbit.

Greedy Gordy Makes Pies: Exploring the Number 17

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:Greedy Gordy returns for this fun lesson about the number 17.

Nine in the Sky! Exploring the Number Nine

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea: Many kindergarteners come to school with rote counting skills, but they often do not understand that the numbers they can recite actually represent quantities. This lesson helps to make that connection.

K.CC.B.4a

When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and
only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.

K.CC.B.4b

The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.

K.CC.B.4c

Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.