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216 resources with the concept counting objects

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Cardinal Numbers, Graphing Names

For Teachers K - 2nd
Explore the concept of patterns using the various names of students in the classroom. Arranging and rearranging those names under specific criteria which at first be set by the class and then by individual students.
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Estimate How Many Seeds Are In a Fruit or Vegetable

For Teachers K - 4th
Help mathematicians estimate how many seeds are in a given vegetable or fruit. They are divided into pairs and estimate the amount of seeds in a whole fruit without seeing the inside. They then cut the fruit or vegetable in half and...
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16 Acorns

For Students Pre-K - K
Using cheerful children's voices, 16 acorns are counted on tree branches. In this Sesame Street video, the acorns form the number 16 to reinforce the visual representation of the number. This is a fun way to help reinforce early counting...
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Counting Woodchucks

For Students Pre-K - K
How much wood can a woodchuck chuck? The Count sings and counts to find out. The woodchuck chucks 6 pieces of wood, rests, adds 3 more and then rests again. He chucks a total of 12 pieces of wood. Write a word problem about this video...
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Count the Objects

For Teachers K - 1st
In this counting objects worksheet, students count the objects and write the total number in each row. Students write six number answers.
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Math Lesson for Visually Impaired Early Learners: A 3 Way Counting Activity

For Teachers Pre-K - K
A unique lesson that's designed for visually impaired early learners, but can be adapted for anyone, is here for you. Pupils use brightly colored foam letters, beads, checkers, and an abacus, in order to gain practice in identifying the...
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Counting

For Students K - 7th
Intended for a special education class, but useful for any one learning to identify numbers and count objects up to 10. They count the objects on the right, then draw a line to the correct number on the left. There are four worksheets,...
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How Many?

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting worksheet, pupils solve 10 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many. Pupils will count up to 5 on this page.
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Counting Objects

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
In this counting objects worksheet, students practice counting how many objects are in eight sets of objects. Students circle each of their answers.
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Counting Objects

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
In this counting objects worksheet, students practice counting how many objects are in eight sets of objects. Students circle their answers.
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How Many? Counting to 3

For Teachers Pre-K
In this counting to 3 worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which they count the objects in a set and circle how many. Numbers range from 1 to 3.
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Counting Objects in Set (Up to Five)

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to 5 worksheet, students solve 10 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many.
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Counting Objects

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
In this counting objects worksheet, students practice counting how many objects are found in eight sets of objects. Students circle each of their answers.
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Counting Objects

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
In this counting objects worksheet, students count how many circles, ducks, umbrellas, flowers and hats they see in each line and then circle their answers from the multiple choice choices.
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Counting Objects in a Set-- 1 to 7

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to nine worksheet, young scholars solve 5 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many objects are shown. All sets will be nine or fewer.
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Counting to Six

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to six worksheet, students solve 5 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many objects are shown. All sets will be six or fewer.
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Counting Objects in a Set (1 to 9)

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to nine worksheet, students solve 5 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many objects are shown. All sets will be nine or fewer.
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Counting to Nine

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to nine worksheet, learners solve 5 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many objects are shown. All sets will be nine or fewer.
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Counting to Two

For Students Pre-K
In this counting to 2 worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which objects in a set are counted. From a list of 3 choices, students circle the number that tells how many.
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How Many?

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to 7 worksheet, students solve six problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the correct number from 7 choices to indicate how many.
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How Many? Counting to Seven

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to seven worksheet, learners solve 8 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many; all answers will be 7 or below.
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How Many? Counting to 8

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to 8 worksheet, young scholars solve 6 problems in which objects are counted in a set. Students circle the number that tells how many.
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How Many? Counting to 4

For Teachers Pre-K - K
In this counting to 4 worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which objects in a set are counted. Students circle the number that tells how many.
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Number Match Worksheet

For Students K - 1st
How many of each? There are eight sets of familiar objects here, and learners match them to the numeral on the right. Numbers range from three to twelve. Although the graphics aren't fantastic, the objective is clear and your budding...