Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10

Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
Summer Counting Games - Numbers 0 to 10
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There are 13 counting games in color, each comes with a black and white version making a total of 26 games.

The first three games deal with counting in a straight line, counting with a ten frame and counting with a five frame. Each of the games have a spinner, (students should use a pencil and small paper clip to fashion a spinner), spin, land on a number, use the number to fill in the ten straight, ten or five frame games, count out as you go along, then use that same number to build a tower, then write the number amount that was buildt, spin again to continue. There are number cards included for students still learning how to write numbers.

The other ten games are played like so - spin, look for a count that matches the number and then cover with a counting clip, Play-Doh, mini erasers, etc.

There's example - game 4 has beach buckets filled with tally marks. You've spun the spinner and got the number 2, look for II tally marks, cover it and spin again to continue.

Games - 13 color and black and white

Game - 1 - Count 1 to 10, allows for students to count in a straight line from numbers 1 to 10, allows students to see number amounts in 2d and 3d examples, allows students to fully contribute.

Game - 2 - Count 1 to 10 Ten Frame, allows for students to count using a ten frame, allows for students to come to important conclusions and solidify a better understanding of number sequence and counting order, as well as, allowing for students to fully contribute.

Game - 3 - Count 1 to 10 Five Frame, allows for students to count using a five frame, allows for students to master counting from 1 to 5, allows for students to fully contribute.

Game - 4 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for student to match numberals to tally marks amounting from 0 to 5.

Game - 5 - Count 6 to 10, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and their number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to tally marks amounting from 6 to 10.

Game - 6 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for student to match numberals to dominoes amounting from 0 to 5, with one side having a group and the other side having just one more.

Game - 7 - Count 6 to 10, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for student to match numberals to dominoes amounting from 6 to 10, with one side having a group and the other side having just one more.

Game - 8 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to dominoes amounting from 0 to 5, with one side having a group and the other side having just one more, only once, this game comes with a challenge has it does a count in more than one way. Ex. 4 and 1, 2 and 3, 5 and 0.

Game - 9 - Count 6 to 10, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to dominoes amounting from 6 to 10, with one side having a group and the other side having just one more, only once, this game comes with a challenge has it does a count in more than one way. Ex. 5 and 1, 3 and 3, 4 and 2.

Game - 10 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to the count that they can count on their very own fingers, allows for students to contribute with a real life understanding of counting.

Game - 11 - Count 6 to 10, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to the count that they can count on their very own fingers, allows for students to contribute with a real life understanding of counting. This games is designed so that students can look at their own hands (facing inward) and reference their count.

Game - 12 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to five frames amounting from 0 to 5, allows for students to start subitizing.

Game - 13 - Count 0 to 5, allows for students to practice counting, allows for students to make connections between numbers and number amounts, allows for students to match numberals to ten frames amounting from 0 to 5, allows for students to start subitizing.

All of these games provide very good practice for students to eventually learn to subitize naturally.
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