Counting to 120

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Number Lines, Hundreds Charts, Object Counting, Word Problem activities, and Assessments created with the 1st Grader in mind.

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File #1 - Number Lines (18 pages)

The pages in this file have number lines with missing numbers, and three questions at the bottom of the page (What number comes before/after/between?).

They get progressively more challenging so you can differentiate instruction and use them at different times of the year.

• Pg. 3, 4 Count to 20

• Pg. 5, 6 Count to 50

• Pg. 7, 8 Count to 80

• Pg. 9, 10 Count to 100

• Pg. 11, 12 Count to 120

• Pg. 13, 14 Hundreds Chart to 100

• Pg. 15, 16 Hundreds Chart to 120

• Pg. 17, 18 Blank Charts to 100, 120

• Pg. 19, 20 Filled Charts to 100, 120

File #2 - Represent Objects with Numerals (8 pages)

The pages in this file have objects grouped by 10s, 5s, 2s, and 1s to provide practice in representing a number of objects with the correct numeral.

• Pg. 3, 4 Count objects by 10s

• Pg. 5, 6 Count objects by 5s

• Pg. 7, 8 Count objects by 2s

• Pg. 9, 10 Count objects by 1s

File #3 - Number Line Word Problems (15 pages)

The pages in this file require students to reason and answer questions about the number lines in front of them. These pages also get progressively more difficult, and come in two varieties: one requires students to look at a given number line to answer questions. The other requires them to follow directions to fill in completely empty number lines, then answer questions.

• Pg. 3, 4, 5 Problems up to 20

• Pg. 6, 7, 8 Problems up to 50

• Pg. 9, 10, 11 Problems up to 80

• Pg. 12, 13, 14 Problems up to100

• Pg. 15, 16, 17 Problems up to 120

File #4 - Assessments (20 pages)

There are 5 assessments in this file. Every assessment has questions from each type of counting activity that I provided you. The questions require students to select the correct response or to give a short answer to fill in the blanks. The assessments get progressively more challenging, but all follow the same format. Answer Keys included.

• Pg. 3, 4 Can you count to 20?

• Pg. 5, 6 Answer Key

• Pg. 7, 8 Can you count to 50?

• Pg. 9, 10 Answer Key

• Pg. 11, 12 Can you count to 80?

• Pg. 13, 14 Answer Key

• Pg. 15, 16 Can you count to 100?

• Pg. 17, 18 Answer Key

• Pg. 19, 20 Can you count to 120?

• Pg. 21, 22 Answer Key

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.


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