Counting Forward Task Cards

Katie Roltgen
Grade Levels
K - 1st
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These are task cards designed to help students practice counting forward from a given number. Best of all, they are differentiated so you can meet your students' needs! There are three sets of task cards: A set for numbers 0-20, a set for numbers 0-50, and a set for numbers 0-100. That way, you can choose which numbers you want your students to focus on. I have also included corresponding recording sheets and answer keys.

Here are the task cards that are included:
1. Counting Forward for Numbers 0-20 (20 Task Cards)
2. Counting Forward for Numbers 0-50 (20 Task Cards)
3. Counting Forward for Numbers 0-100 (20 Task Cards)

You can use task cards in so many ways!
* Use them to play a "scoot"-style game where students move around the room, completing task cards.
* Use them at a center for students to work through independently.
* Use them in lots of ways in math groups! You can use them as flash cards, or students can write answers on a mini whiteboard.
* Use them as time-filler cards when you have a couple extra minutes. Hold up a card and have a student or the whole class say the next two numbers.

This is part of a discounted bundle! Check out my Kindergarten Task Card Bundle

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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).


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