For many students, counting on is the first mental math strategy that they learn and by using counting on, they can learn how to effectively add 1, 2, 3 or 4 to a number.
There are many ways to teach students how to count on. This resource will focus on some of the most visual ways, including domino and dot patterns, empty number lines and number charts.
This resource is separated into three sections: 0-10, 11-20 and 21-100. This will allow you to choose the activities that best suit your grade level. Additionally, the different sections can be used to differentiate instruction and target specific learning needs within your classroom. Additional to the activities in each section, this resource includes a counting on math center and several other kinesthetic learning activities. Please see the free preview for a complete description.
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I am trying to encourage my son to do mental math. Which math book would you recommend for a 5 yr old who can count numbers upto 100, can do basic math addition using single digits with short bead stairs Or what is the first book you would recommend?