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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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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!

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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.