Lesson Plan

Festive Counting

The ability to recall information builds through repetition. Give students the chance to build their counting memory (and potentially learn a few new numbers) in this festive fall counting lesson.
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Learning Objectives

Students will be able to use one-to-one correspondence to count objects up to 20.

Introduction

(5 minutes)
Count, Trace, and Color: ElevenCount, Trace, and Color: TwelveCount, Trace, and Color: ThirteenCount, Trace, and Color: FourteenCount, Trace, and Color: FifteenCount, Trace, and Color: SixteenCount, Trace, and Color: SeventeenCount, Trace, and Color: EighteenCount, Trace, and Color: NineteenCount, Trace, and Color: TwentyCount, Trace, and Color: TwelveCount, Trace, and Color: ThirteenCount, Trace, and Color: FourteenCount, Trace, and Color: FifteenCount, Trace, and Color: SixteenCount, Trace, and Color: SeventeenCount, Trace, and Color: Eighteen
  • Call students together.
  • Read This First Thanksgiving Day: A Counting Book by Laura Krauss Melmed to the group.
  • As you read, point out and count each item individually as they are mentioned in the book.