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This package contains DIFFERENTIATED worksheets to teach the number 7 and number sense for 1-7. There are 34 total worksheets to teach the number 7 and concepts of 1-7 (counting, tracing, quantities). Every package in this series will follow a progression of skills and knowledge taking into assumption that students have number knowledge of previous numbers.
This package focuses on:
Number 7/ quantities to 7
Tracing, counting, writing the number 7 and word ‘seven’
Counting quantities 1-7
Understanding quantities 1-7 through various activities
Page 1- cover
Page 2- Introduction to my work
Page 3- PRE-KG SECTION BEGINS
• Page 4- Trace & write 7, Count & color 7 Foxes
• Page 5- Count and color the group of 7 + trace and write 7
• Page 6– Count, trace and color only 7 ice creams
• Page 7- Directional large tracing for 7
• Page 8- Color all the 7’s you see
• Page 9- Hidden 7- color or dab all the 7’s to find the hidden 7
• Page 10-Count and color 7 objects (gumballs)+ trace 7’s
• Page 11-Trace and write, count and color the correct quantity (6-7)
• Page 12- Large coloring for Mr. 7 and count all the triangles
• Page 13- Follow the maze of 7’s to reach the end (different fonts)
• Page 14- Follow the maze of 7’s to reach the end (same font)
• Page 15- Cut and paste (6-7)
Page 16- KG SECTION BEGINS
• Page 17- Help the bee reach the hive- color all the hexagons with z in a hexagon maze
• Page 18- Let’s learn about 7 (missing number, trace, count and color)
• Page 19- I know the number 7 (different activities on this page for 7)
• Page 20– Count and match number with quantity 5-6-7
• Page 21– Count and match same quantities 5-6-7
• Page 22- Count and identify if the group has 7 objects
• Page 23–Trace and write 7 and the word 7 (cut and paste)
• Page 24– Missing numbers- Count forwards and fill in the missing numbers
• Page 25- Cut and paste number words
• Page 26 –Cut and paste number with quantity
• Page 27– Match each group of 7 with number 7 +Trace and write 7
• Page 28- Count, cut, paste and sort by 10 frames (4-5-6-7)
• Page 29- Cut, paste and sort (7 or not?)
• Page 30- Spin and color numbers 2-7
• Page 31– Match it up-number with number words
• Page 32- I can count and show numbers 2-7
• Page 33- Comparing quantities (more than or less than) cut and paste to show
• Page 34-Count and color the correct number for the quantity counted
• Page 35- Trace and write 7 + missing numbers
• Page 36- Hunt for the number 7 in the picture shown
• Page 37- Answer key for the hunt for 7 worksheet
• Page 38- My little number 7 book (trace the number)
• Page 39- My little number 7 book (trace the number word)
• Page 40-Credits page
CCSS OBJECTIVES TARGETED IN THIS PACKAGE
• K.CC.A.2-Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
• .K.CC.A.3 Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 – (NUMBERS 1-6)
• .K.CC.B.4-Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality (1-6)
• K.CC.B.4.A-When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
• K.CC.B.4.B-Understand that the last number said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
• K.CC.B.4.Bc-Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
• K.CC.B.5-Count to answer "how many?" questions about as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration- count out that many objects.
• .K.CC.C.6-Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies.
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