Track class progress with counting and skip counting with this classroom display. I suggest printing all items on cardstock, or backing paper copies with construction paper. Print out the cover page as part of your display. I type in my student names in the chart pages, print, cut, laminate, cut again. I then display this on my bulletin board or wall. My students take turns trying to do each of the counting tasks at the end of calendar time, or with just me or my assistant if they wish. (I would have been one of those kids myself!) They are very motivated to be able to add their name to the wall where I have them posted this year. They cheer each other on, and celebrate when someone is able to master one of them! By putting up who can do it, it limits the students saying anything about who cannot do it.
Students can also use the 100 charts to practice “counting on” from any number (by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s).
*****Counting by twos and fives are not included in the Common Core standards for Kindergarten, so please feel free to not use this header. However, they are in the Indiana Standards for grades 1 and 2 respectively. I find it is helpful to work on counting by twos in conjunction with teaching even and odd numbers. We work on counting by fives in Kindergarten as well, as we use tally marks at calendar time.
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