Counting Numbers 1-10 Resources

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Play Builders and Bulldozers
Play Builders and Bulldozers
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Play Builders and Bulldozers
Help your child stay physically and mentally active with this group aerobic fitness game that's good for the heart and mind alike.
Kindergarten
Math
Activity
Paper Pumpkin Numbers
Paper Pumpkin Numbers
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Paper Pumpkin Numbers
Your child can count out six pumpkins or six crayons, but what is a six all by itself? ThatÃs a much harder concept to grasp.
Kindergarten
Math
Activity
Counting at the Beach Song
Counting at the Beach Song
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Counting at the Beach Song
Help kids master one-to-one correspondence with this counting song.
Preschool
Math
Song
Numbers 0-10 Song
Numbers 0-10 Song
Song
Numbers 0-10 Song
Practice counting forward and backward with this fun and catchy numbers 0-10 song.
Kindergarten
Math
Song
The Crabby Crab
The Crabby Crab
Story
The Crabby Crab
Kids will love this storybook that makes it fun to learn numbers 1 through 10.
Preschool
Math
Story
Numbers 1 to 10 Story
Numbers 1 to 10 Story
Story
Numbers 1 to 10 Story
Follow Grandpa Joe as he counts his way across the world in this story that practices numbers one through 10.
Kindergarten
Math
Story
Pet Shop Counting Song
Pet Shop Counting Song
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Pet Shop Counting Song
Help kids master counting to 20 at the pet shop with this adorable song.
Preschool
Math
Song
Snail Chores
Snail Chores
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Snail Chores
Kids practice counting up to 20 with this adorable read-along math story.
Preschool
Math
Story
Wally's Wonderful Wheel Emporium
Wally's Wonderful Wheel Emporium
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Wally's Wonderful Wheel Emporium
Kids are introduced to basic addition in this silly story about Wally and his wheels.
Preschool
Math
Story
Building Numbers Song
Building Numbers Song
Song
Building Numbers Song
Kids learn about building numbers with the buttons on grandma's sweater.
Kindergarten
Math
Song
Counting Song: Surf Rock!
Counting Song: Surf Rock!
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Counting Song: Surf Rock!
Kids count to 10 and master number recognition skills with this silly song.
Preschool
Math
Song
The Curious Critter
The Curious Critter
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The Curious Critter
Kids get involved in this interactive story by counting the critter's items.
Preschool
Math
Story
Mama and the Missing Shrews
Mama and the Missing Shrews
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Mama and the Missing Shrews
Kids practice counting 11 to 20 in this adorable interactive story.
Kindergarten
Math
Story
Exercise...with Dice!
Exercise...with Dice!
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Exercise...with Dice!
Run, jump, and skip your way to physical fitness as your exercise with dice! It's a perfect party or family game.
1st grade
Math
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Counting Numbers 1-10 Resources

Learning the little numbers 1 through 10 marks a meaningful moment in a child's growth. These numbers are the foundation for understanding all other numbers. (Little kids later apply the same counting idea to get all the way to 100.) Browse the different tools in the Learning Library that teach students how to recognize, write and count 1 to 10—the first step to infinity.
Numbers are the foundation upon which all mathematical concepts are built, and counting to 10 is your student’s first introduction to them. While it is tempting to simply teach through memorization as you would with the alphabet, it is important that students understand that numbers represent a quantity of something. This is known as cardinality.
The key concepts to keep in mind when teaching to count up to ten objects to reinforce cardinality are:

  • Count each object by saying the numbers in standard order, associating each number with only one object. When counting apples, each apple only gets one number, so an apple isn’t counted twice.
  • Explain that the last number you reach represents the whole quantity of the objects. Student should understand that upon reaching the last apple, the number associated with that one is the total quantity of apples.
  • Each successive number represents an increase in total quantity. This concept lays the foundation for basic addition and subtraction. Two apples are one more than one apple. Three apples are one more than two apples.
  • Explain that this last number is the answer to “How many?”

It’s important to use different methods when teaching to count. The more ways a student interacts with numbers, the greater their overall understanding will be. By using the Education.com games, worksheets, and activities above, you will have a variety of resources at your disposal to ensure students remain engaged and learning how to count from 1 to 10.