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This HUGE and EDITABLE packet includes the following items:
Oral Counting Assessment – This is used for keeping track of the oral counting fluency of your students. You can keep track of how high they can count and record certain counting behaviors as well.
My Counting Book – A cute little counting book that the student can complete on their own. Each page contains a group of objects, the student counts them and writes the number of objects on that page. At the end they will have a complete “book” which pages that include the numbers 1 through 10.
Missing Number Charts – There are five missing number worksheets included. They get progressively harder (chart 1 is easier than chart 2 for instance). The students fill in the missing numbers on the chart which goes up to 100.
I Have Who Has Counting Game – This is an “I have, who has” counting game for the numbers 1-20. The procedures for the game are included in the file if you are not familiar with it. I have also included additional “stop” cards in case you have fewer than 20 students who want to practice in smaller sets of numbers.
Count to 100 Progress Chart – This chart is used to track students’ progress in counting up to 100 over time. The front side is a basic number chart that you can continue to fill in or mark how you see fit as the student grows in counting ability. The backside is a record form where you can record the date of each counting attempt and how high they counted. Can be used as an RTI progress tracker form.
Counting Re-arranged Items Class Practice Presentation – Powerpoint (and PDF) presentation for teacher-led class practice in counting groups of items that have been re-arranged. Used to reinforce the concept that 5 bees is 5 bees no matter how they are arranged.
Comparing Numbers up to 10 Class Practice Presentation – Powerpoint (and PDF) presentation for teacher-lead class practice in counting groups of items and then comparing two different groups based on their sizes.
You are free to edit the Word files as you see fit as long as you do not re-distribute the digital files or remove the copyright footer on each page.
This is a GREAT bargain for any Kindergarten teacher working on Counting and Cardinality. It will save you TONS of time.