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Lessons (110)

Lessons (110)

1st Grade Math

(13 Units, 110 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Building Counting Skills(13 Lessons)

Kicking Off the Year With Counting

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:Math talk can occur when our little ones develop academic vocabulary. This lesson will provide students the math vocabulary to share in conversations about counting to 20.

12 Resources

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12 Resources

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Spatial Patterns for 0-5

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:MAKE THEIR NAME COUNT! Students are going to love using the letters in their first name to build number sense. Spatial pattern knowledge assists students in building fluency with counting. Ten frames are used in higher math concepts.

13 Resources

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13 Resources

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Patterns for Numerals 6-10

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:This "colorful" lesson develops understanding of spatial patterns, one-to-one correspondence, and fluency with counting.

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12 Resources

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Spatial Patterns for numbers 10 through 15

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:This lesson is larger than life! Students see spatial patterns and get fluent with counting using a life-sized tens frame.

16 Resources

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16 Resources

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Model and Write Numbers to 20

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:First graders must build fluency in writing their numbers from 1 to 120. This ability is built through sequential small steps and repetitive practice.

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13 Resources

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Review Patterns to 10 and Counting Higher

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:I want my students to build strong skills in counting. I will review dot patterns for numbers 6-10 and identify missing numbers to build fluency in counting.

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14 Resources

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Counting Beyond Our Fingers and Toes

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:Counting...it's huge in First Grade! I want my little ones to start out the year counting from 1-30 and having one-to-one correspondence with objects for these numbers. Also, I want them to notice patterns on a hundreds chart.

14 Resources

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14 Resources

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Model and Write Numbers to 30

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:First graders must build fluency in writing their numbers from 1 to 120. This ability is built through sequential small steps and repetitive practice.

16 Resources

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16 Resources

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Model and Write Numbers to 100

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:Make it count! Students need lots of practice at reading and writing numbers to build fluency. They will begin to see a pattern when going all the way to 100.

16 Resources

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16 Resources

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Raced our way to the 100th Day of School

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:We have been in school for 100 days and are ready to celebrate it! We are going to prove we are 100 days smarter and count everything we can get our hands on.

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20 Resources

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Counting and writing to 120

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:Clear up the three digit number confusion! Counting and writing numbers above 100 can create some chaos. This lesson will focus on those higher numbers.

19 Resources

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19 Resources

16 Favorites

Numbers above 100

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:My students have been struggling with numbers from 100 to 120. This lesson is going to concentrate on this range of numbers - recognizing them and writing them.

20 Resources

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20 Resources

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Perfect 10's

1st Grade Math

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Building Counting Skills

Big Idea:Perfect 10! I want my students to identify the relationship between ones and sets of ten. They need to identify that 10 is a set of 10 ones.

13 Resources

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13 Resources

5 Favorites