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Count to 100 Forward and Backward Kindergarten Math Center Game

Grade Levels
PreK - K
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20 pages
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This is a fun game you can add to your math centers to help students count forward or backward within 100! It also helps reinforce the skill of counting on or back from any number which will help support students in addition and subtraction.

This product includes:

•Student directions

•Numeral cards 1-100

•6 gameboard choices

You will need:

•Laminated numeral cards 1-100

•Laminated gameboards

•Optional: transparent counters or dry erase markers for marking numbers

Ways to play:

Counting Forward: Separate cards 1-50 in one container with a “start” label and 51-100 in another container with a “stop” label.

Counting Backward: Separate cards 51-100 in one container with a “start” label and 1-50 in another container with a “stop” label.

Counting Forward and Backward: Combine all cards into one container or mix cards randomly into a “start” and ”stop” container

Variations: Have students count with a partner, have students record their counting using a portfolio app such as Seesaw

Total Pages
20 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.


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