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Comparing Numbers - Counting and Cardinality (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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Comparing Numbers - Counting and Cardinality In Comparing Numbers students begin to identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than or equal to the number of objects in another group. The resource includes a 39 slide animated PowerPoint presentation, interactive activities, four accompanying worksheets and cut out counters, sets and numbers for a class activity. Common Core Standards: K.CC.5.6 To preview Comparing Numbers please click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation.
counting in 2s and 5sQuick View
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counting in 2s and 5s

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A range of activities to secure the children’s knowledge of counting in 2 and 5 including a reasoning question
Numbers 1–10 Activity Books. CCS: Kindergarten Counting and CardinalityQuick View
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Numbers 1–10 Activity Books. CCS: Kindergarten Counting and Cardinality

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Included in this product:*10 Mini Books (8 Pages each) for number 1-10. Students will develop number sense and practice working with these numbers by: Writing the numeral Writing the word Coloring in the given number of objects Filling in tens frame Identifying the number that is before it Identifying the number that is after it Making the correct number of tally marks Great for math centers, homework and guided math activities
Numbers 11–20 Activity Books. CCS: Kindergarten Counting and CardinalityQuick View
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Numbers 11–20 Activity Books. CCS: Kindergarten Counting and Cardinality

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Included in this product:*10 Mini Books (8 Pages each) for number 11-20. Students will develop number sense and practice working with these numbers by: Writing the numeral Writing the word Coloring in the given number of objects Filling in tens frame Identifying the number that is before it Identifying the number that is after it Making the correct number of tally marks Great for math centers, homework and guided math activities
Distance Learning Self-Graded Assessment Kindergarten Math-Counting/CardinalityQuick View
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Distance Learning Self-Graded Assessment Kindergarten Math-Counting/Cardinality

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This is a Google Forms, self-graded assessment tool. Watch the preview video - Google Forms K Math Counting Includes 25+ questions for Kindergarten Math - Domain #1 - Counting & Cardinality Examples include: counting from 1-100 (by 1’s and 10’s) writing numbers from 0 - 20 one larger than a given number comparing numbers (greater than, less than) Great for distance learning! Students are given 25+questions. They type in their answer and the quiz automatically grades their answers. Teachers can look at student or class results to determine mastery of the given skills. Why it is great: No prep for the teacher - just download and send to students No photocopying! It’s a great digital resource! Quiz is automatically graded. Students get immediate feedback while engaging in meaningful exercises. Fun, too! Teachers are provided with valuable information regarding student understanding. Note: I have provided a teacher handout to assist you with: how to download the google form how to share the google form with students how to see individual and class results
Year 1 Counting in 5sQuick View
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Year 1 Counting in 5s

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This resource contains varied fluency worksheets that allow children to practise the skill of counting in 5s using concrete, pictorial and abstract methods. Also included, are reasoning and problem-solving questions, and answer sheets. WRM links: Year 1 Spring Block 2, Number, Place Value, Numbers within 50 (week 7) Small Step: Count in 5s Curriculum Links • Count to 50 forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any number. • Count, read and write numbers to 50 in numerals. • Given a number, identify one more or one less. • Identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the number line, and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than (fewer), most, least. • Count in multiples of twos, fives and tens. I hope you find this resource useful. Enjoy x
Product Rule For Counting: Maths KS4Quick View
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Product Rule For Counting: Maths KS4

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A Powerpoint to explain the Product Rule for Counting. This powerpoint has 16 slides (PLUS one title and one end slide). The first slide gives the main rule, and there are: 4 slides with examples which show how to find the number of possibilities, together with a tree diagram to show these, 1 information slide, 10 slides with examples using larger numbers, situations where are there more than two “events”, or situations where there are duplicate possibilities (doubles), requiring multiplication then halving. Revised with more slides on: 26 Feb 2020 Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
Counting One More and One Less - Year 1Quick View
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Counting One More and One Less - Year 1

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Counting One More and One Less - Year 1 In this KS1 maths teaching resource pupils are introduced to the language of one more and one less. They use their counting skills to help them identify that 1 more is the number after and 1 less is the number before the starting number. These activities cover the year 1 curriculum objectives in the maths programme of study (Number - number and place value). Content includes: Draw a picture to complete each box activity (one more) Use a numeral to complete each box activity (one more) Use a word to complete each box activity (one more) The 3 activities above come with an accompanying worksheet Count the objects and complete the sentences activity and worksheet (one more) Using the random number finder complete the worksheet activity (one more) Reasoning and problem solving worksheet (one more) 2 further one more worksheets Draw a picture to complete each box activity (one less) Use a numeral to complete each box activity (one less) Use a word to complete each box activity (one less) The 3 activities above come with an accompanying worksheet Count the objects and complete the sentences activity and worksheet (one less) Using the random number finder complete the worksheet activity (one less) Reasoning and problem solving worksheet (one less) 2 further one less worksheets ‘Counting One More and One Less - Year 1’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs
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Counting Money Worksheet

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The aim of this worksheet is for the children to create the amount shown in the left hand column, in as little coins/notes as possible. This tests the children on their monetary value awareness. Use alongside coins and notes to help the children visually see the amount they are making. These were used in a P3/4 class with the top two groups. The highest group included both £10 and £5 notes as well so add a degree of difficulty.
Counting in 25s to 500Quick View
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Counting in 25s to 500

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KS2 Maths Teaching Resource: Counting in 25s to 500 In ‘Counting in 25s to 500’ pupils practise counting in multiples of 25 as per the year 4 curriculum objective in the maths programme of study ( Number - number and place value). Content includes: What counting in multiples of 25 means Top tips for remembering the 25 times table Counting in 25s out loud activity Fill in the missing numbers activity Link to a counting in multiples of 25 game ‘Counting in 25s to 500’ is editable allowing teachers to adapt the resource to meet the needs of each class they teach.
Cardinal, Ordinal and Nominal NumbersQuick View
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Cardinal, Ordinal and Nominal Numbers

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Two charts of ordinal and cardinal numbers, spelling, descriptions and examples of cardinal, ordinal and nominal numbers. This resource can be used in class as a handout for teaching basic numeracy and English language.
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Cardinal, Ordinal and Nominal Numbers

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Two charts of ordinal and cardinal numbers, spelling, descriptions and examples of cardinal, ordinal and nominal numbers. This resource can be used in class as a handout for teaching basic numeracy and English language.
Counting in 6s to 72Quick View
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Counting in 6s to 72

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KS2 Maths Teaching Resource: Counting in 6s to 72 In ‘Counting in 6s to 72’ pupils practise counting in multiples of 6 as per the year 4 curriculum objective in the maths programme of study ( Number - number and place value). Content includes: What counting in multiples of 6 means Top tips for remembering the 6 times table Counting in 6s out loud activity Find the missing number in the sequence timed activity Link to a counting in multiples of 6 game ‘Counting in 6s to 72’ is editable allowing teachers to adapt the resource to meet the needs of each class they teach.
Counting MoneyQuick View
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Counting Money

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I used this as a whole class teaching activity in a Year 1. The higher ability children found it dull, however, the lower level learners found it quite difficult as they still found 2p quite abstract and often miscounted.
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Halloween Cardinality of Numbers to 10 Activity

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Halloween Cardinality of Numbers to 10 Activity: A series of 10 numbered cobwebs and a page of spiders. Can you put the correct number of spiders on each web? Contains child-friendly ‘I can…’ statements linked to the Early Years Outcomes. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
Counting in 2'sQuick View
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Counting in 2's

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Fairly simple worksheet but it might save somebody a bit of time. Children count the pairs of objects (socks, gloves etc) and find out how many there are altogether.
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Counting with dinosaurs

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An animated PowerPoint helping learners to count accurately and recognise numbers up to 10. In each slide there are a number of dinosaurs to count, and 3 options of numbers on which to click. The correct answer gets you a 'Well done!' while the incorrect answer gets a &'Try again&'; and takes you back for another go :-)