We found 3,293 resources with the concept counting
Why Do People Say that Repeated Addition is Multiplication?
2 mins 5th - 7th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewIs a repeated addition definition mathematically valid? Using mathematical properties, a video explains why, even though there is a connection between repeated addition and multiplication, it is not a good definition. The properties hold...
Counting and Cardinality
Pre-K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Counting and cardinality are key to building basic number sense in young mathematicians. Beginning with writing numbers to 10, the collection is organized so that each resource directly relates to, or builds upon, the previous one. Learners are able to count and write numbers all the way to 120 before learning how to skip count by 2s, 3s, 5s, and 10s. These skills all help build basic number sense in order to add and subtract. The collection includes helpful math tools, such as ten frames, hundred charts, and dot cards, that prove valuable in reinforcing these skills.
Valentine’s Counting and Color Sorting Activity
Pre-K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
Reinforce the concept of one-to-one correspondence with a Valentine's Day-themed counting and color sorting activity. Scholars sort foam hearts by color—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple—then count and place them on a number...
Why We Sucked at Counting Fish (Until Now)
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Are there more fish in the ocean or stars in the galaxy? The video begins with explaining the old method for estimating the number of fish in the ocean. Then it details the new method using SONAR. The differences in estimates lead to...
Bugs and Flowers Math and Literacy Centers
K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
The sun shines, flowers bloom, and bugs fly—it must be Spring! Add a cheerful theme of bugs and flowers to math and literacy centers. Scholars take part in an assortment of activities designed to reinforce concepts such as identifying...
Teaching Children with Autism—Content Area Resources
K - 12th
Browse a collection designed to meet the needs of scholars with autism in kindergarten through 12th grade. Here, you'll find a variety of resources—lesson plans, printables, activities, worksheets, and an app—spanning a range of content areas including English language arts, math, social studies, health, science, and physical education.