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Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)

Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
Number Sense COUNT WITH ME freebie (Numbers 0-20, Skip Counting)
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This Count With Me FREEBIE has samples from MY ROYAL NUMBERS (0-20) and SKIP COUNT packs. These two PRINT and TEACH resources are FULL of wonderful hands-on learning! Both are designed to help your students meet the Common Core Standards while having FUN along the way.

Number 15 Sheet:
** Color and count 15 crowns
** Glue 15 next to its name
** Spell and trace fifteen
** Read, by sound mapping, ‘fifteen’--see note below
** Trace and write ‘fifteen’
** Tell if 15 is even or odd
** Identify if 15 is greater than, or less than, 19
** Solve the Sum (writing the missing number that when added to ten equals 15)
** See 15 tallied*
** Glue in the numbers that come before and after 15 (they must choose the two correct numbers from four possible answers)*
** Dot 15 (2 x ten frame)
** Find and color, or dot, 15—using a variety of fonts to help your students recognize the number in various printed and published styles.
** Plot 15 and its subsequent jumps on the number line (count by 5's)

((* Have your more advanced students use the number choices and tally marks as a guide—writing their own answers on each page instead of gluing on the tiles)).

Skip Counting by 5’s:
Use the number tiles, or have your students write the missing numbers in the blanks. Use this sheet to prepare your students to count by 5’s on the Number 15 sheet.

NOTE: Mapping the Sounds (a method used by Read America which I have adapted from their best seller, Reading Reflex) is key to improving your student's reading and spelling proficiency. Have your students say each sound aloud as they touch--with their finger, or dot marker--the sound pictures. The sound pictures are both individual letters and groups of letters (like the 'eigh' in 'eight') that make distinct sounds. The sound pictures in each word are grouped together so your students can easily SEE what letters make each sound.

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