**Why do mathematicians think Halloween and Christmas are
the same?**

Because 31 Oct = 25 Dec. Halloween occurs on October 31 and Christmas occurs
on December 25, thus equating "oct" in October and octal, and "dec" in December
and decimal.

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- Missing Numbers Counting Lesson
- Complete the Counting sequences. Also includes practice problems.
**Standard:**MATH 1

**Grades:**(K-2)- View worksheet

- Counting Missing Numbers Quiz
- Includes 10 problems and a scoring matrix.
**Standard:**MATH 1

**Grades:**(K-2)- Download quiz

- Independent Practice 1
- Complete the missing numbers problems. The answers can be found below.
**Standard:**MATH 1

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- Independent Practice 2
- Complete the counting sequences. The answers can be found below.
**Standard:**MATH 1

**Grades:**(K-2)- View worksheet

- Homework Worksheet
- Features 3 practice problems with detailed examples. Complete examples are provided.
**Standard:**MATH 1

**Grades:**(K-2)- View homework

- 5 Fun Ways to Teach Counting
- To make this difficult task easy, you can implement several funny methods of counting that a kid usually loves.
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- Answer Keys
- Answers for the homework and quiz.
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- Answer Keys
- Answers for the counting lesson and both practice sheets.
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- More Advanced Worksheets
- The next level of math skills.
- -Number
Sequence

-Consecutive Numbers

-Counting By Drawing

-Counting Sets of Numbers

- Remedial Math Worksheets
- Skills needed to get to this level.
- -Counting
By Numbers

-Counting to 10

-Connect the Dots

-Counting From Zero