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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.

- K.CC.B.4aWhen 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.4bThe number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
- K.CC.B.4cUnderstand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.

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.

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.

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.

Ten the Hen! Exploring the Number Ten

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.

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.

Eight Friends! Exploring the Number Eight

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.

A Great Catch! Reviewing Numbers 0-10

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Exploring Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:The students have worked hard to learn the numbers 0-10. Now they get to show what they know with this fun and interactive lesson.

Seven is a Ball! Exploring the Number Seven

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.

Greedy Gordy Goes on a Diet - Learning About Less

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Working With Numbers 0-10

Big Idea:More is a fairly easy concept for children to understand. Less is a little more challenging. This lesson will help build a foundational understanding of the concept of less.

Farmer Fred-Identifying Quantities in Groups

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Introduction to Addition and Subtraction

Big Idea:Students already know how to count quantities in groups. This farm themed lesson reviews this important skill in preparation for addition.

Place Value Safari--Reading Numbers Represented by Ten Frames and Base Ten Blocks

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Working with Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:The students have done a great deal of work with ten frames and base ten blocks. Now it's time for them to review and show what they know in this fun and active safari!

Fabulous Four!

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Introducing... the Numbers!

Big Idea:Number sense is so important... & so tricky in the beginning of kindergarten! Here's a hands-on, playful, but meaningful & challenging set of centers to practice 4.

Interactive Anchor Chart - 5

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Introducing... the Numbers!

Big Idea:Students help you CREATE the anchor chart with the key elements of the number 5, so you can collectively make a visual reminder of the ways to show 5!

Fantastic Five

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Introducing... the Numbers!

Big Idea:These activities provide lots of hands-on practice with the basics of number 5. Some activities are independent, and one activity is very teacher-directed. so students get a strong base of knowledge and fun opportunities to practice 5.

Place Value Round Up--Representing Numbers 11-20 with Base Ten Blocks and Ten Frames

Kindergarten Math

Â» Unit:

Working with Numbers 11-20

Big Idea:The students continue to review numbers 11-20 by representing them with base ten blocks and ten frames with this fun and interactive lesson.

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.