Amazing assortment of resources to help through the year!
Kindergarten Common Core
Counting and Cardinality MEGA Pack
*Write Numbers to 5 K.CC.3 K.CC.4
Hungry Caterpillar Theme; Includes “holes” for counting and cardinality practice while introducing writing of each number. 1 page for each number and also pages for 1-3, 0-3, 3-5, 1-5, 0-5
*Count and Write to 5 K.CC.3 K.CC.4 K.CC.5
7 pages with back-to-school and fall theme are. Learners count sets and write the number that tells how many
*Write Numbers to 10 K.CC.3 K.CC.4
Coconut Tree theme (Goes great with Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!) One sheet for numbers 1-10 for practice counting and writing that number; Includes dots in ten frame for discussions of “How many more to make 10?” (K.OA.4) Illustration has coconut trees with some coconuts in the tree and some on the ground for discussions of decompositions for that number. (K.OA.3) Direction sheets provides guidance in discussions that will facility core understandings.
*Count and Write the Next 5 Numbers K.CC.2 K.CC.3
Provides a number to begin at and five empty boxes for practice with counting up and writing the next five numbers in the counting sequence. Great when transitioning above 10.
*Count and Write Up from a Teen Number to 20 K.CC.2 K.CC.3
Provides practice beginning the count sequence at a teen number and counting up to 20 and writing the numbers.
*Mr. Bear’s Buttons Counting Workmat, Number Cards and Directions K.CC.4 K.CC.5
Gives practice with counting to answer “How many?” as well as with making sets for numbers 0-20. Directions and record sheet for practice. Great for individual interventions or small group work also.
*Compare With Care K.CC.7: A game for comparing numbers to 10. My kids play this game over and over! I put it in a dry erase pocket with 2 colors of markets.
*I’m a Prize Counter Home Connection for practicing counting to 100 by tens at home. K.CC.1
Each “ribbon” is colored in and dated when the learner practices at home. Clear directions for parents.
“I’m a Counting Star” K.CC.1
Same concept as above. But, the child colors in stars each time he practices counting to 100 by ones. I send this home 2 or three times with some students.
*Counting and Cardinality Assessment for ALL Standards!