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Counting & Cardinality Unit 1: Know Number Names and Count Sequence

Key Concept: The digits in the count sequence follow patterns from 0 to 9.

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Key Concept: Counting can be done forward or backward or by different quantities, such as ones or tens.

Lesson Sequences

C.1-2-1 Verbal Count to 100: Count On, Count Back  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students build fluency with the count sequence up to 100. They continue to develop their ability to count on and count back, which are precursors to addition and subtraction. (35-45 min)
C.1-2-2 Count by Tens with Objects  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students build fluency with the count sequence up to 100. They apply and extend their understanding of creating groups in order to count by tens. (35-45 min)
C.1-2-3 Verbal Count by Tens to 100  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students build fluency with the count sequence up to 100. They continue to develop their understanding of counting by tens.  (35-45 min)
C.1-2-4 Verbal Count to 100: Count Back from 20  |
Lesson Plan
View Teacher-Facilitated Lesson Students build fluency with the count sequence up to 100. They continue to develop their understanding of counting back, which is a precursor to subtraction. (35-45 min)
Key Concept: Each quantity can be represented with a written numeral.

Lesson Sequences

This topic is still in development.

Key Concept: Each quantity can be represented with a written numeral.

Lesson Sequences

This topic is still in development.