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Common Core: Math
CCLS  Math: K.CC.2
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 Counting And Cardinality
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 Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.
 State Standard:
 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
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 Welcome to “Math Studio Talk” a video series that provides games, activities and models to help students develop flexible thinking and deep understanding of math concepts from kindergarten to Grade 5...

 Topic D leads students beyond teen numbers up to 100 (K.CC.1). They begin by counting up and down to 100 both the regular way (ten, twenty, thirty…) and the Say Ten way (ten, 2 tens, 3 tens…). In...

 Objective: Count across tens by ones to 100 with and without objects.

 Objective: Count across tens when counting by ones through 40.

 Objective: Count within tens by ones.

 Objective: Arrange, analyze, and draw sequences of quantities of 1 more, beginning with numbers other than 1.

 Objective: Exploration: Make math stairs from 1 to 10 in cooperative groups.

 This Mathematics Common Core video features Kindergarten students from Watervliet Elementary School in Watervliet, New York. This lesson focuses on Focus Standard K.CC.2: Count forward beginning from...

 Students are introduced to counting 1019 objects by sorting them into 10 ones and some more ones. They count out 10 objects and circle the group. Then they "count on" from 10 to find the total...

 Students use choral response in a fluency activity as they recognize and say the number of dots on each 10frame, then "count on" from 10 the Say Ten way and the regular way.

 Students count 1019 sticks by first making a group of 10, then counting them the Say Ten and the regular way.

 Students practice counting 1019 objects by first making a group of 10. They then count the objects the Say Ten way and the regular way.

 Kindergarten Mathematics Module 5: Numbers 10─20; Count to 100 by Ones and Tens Up to this point in Grade K, students have worked intensively within 10 and have often counted to 30 using the Rekenrek...