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For students needing more practice learning the counting sequence, here is a quick daily (or almost daily!) intervention you or another adult or older student can use to see lots of progress quickly.
Students use dabbers, markers, or stamps on a practice page to mark each number as they say it. This promotes one to one correspondence, visual recognition of numerals, and an understanding of quantity while students are practicing saying the counting sequence. Once a week you can assess their progress in counting (just orally or with a practice page they use by themselves), and document progress three ways: with a note home, with a student graph, and on your whole-class data sheet.
For EACH number (5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 120) you get:
Learning target poster
Class data sheet
With daily practice and with consistent home communication I've seen huge growth in my Kindergartners who haven't picked up on the counting sequence in other ways.