In this lesson, kindergarteners will be given the chance to focus on their counting skills with engaging exercises and guided instruction. Just as identifying the letters of the alphabet is a precurser to reading, so is counting to developing math fluency. Soon, your child will learn that the numbers they are counting have associated values, so the more practice they can get with counting the better.
Knowing how to build numbers is an important lesson for kindergarteners just getting their feet wet with counting and numbers. These guided exercises can give kids a deeper understanding of number sense, numerical order, and values. Kindergarteners will begin to associate values with numbers and comprehend the concepts of greater than and less than, building upon skills they will need in the later grades.
Counting to 10 is child's play for kindergartners, many of whom learned they have 10 fingers and 10 toes before they enter school. But do they know what comes after that? The Learning Library has hundreds of tools to teach kids what lies beyond bold number 10. Browse the many kindergarten numbers 11–20 resources that focus specifically on this important chunk to equip kids with the foundation to count any base-ten number that follows.
Learning the numbers 11–20 gives kindergartners basic know-how to count all the way to 100. There are hundreds of resources available in the Learning Library to teach new students the indispensable skill of counting.
The teacher-created lesson plans use different objects like leaves, bugs, coins, and teddy bears kids can count on and get accustomed to the teen numbers. A Place Value Practice lesson plan offers organized steps that aid teachers in explaining what a number's value is based on its position in a number.
This step may seem minor, but it is a big step. It's the beginning to comprehending size, amount, age, and so many other quantitative values that are categorized by numbers.