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Counting Sets Lesson
Demonstrates how increase or decrease the value of a number. Students learn to infer whether to use addition or subtraction.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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How Many Are There? Quiz
Students count the number of objects and write the number on the line.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 1
Count the number of objects in each group and write the number on the line. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 2
We use larger groups in this practice sheet.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Homework Worksheet
It's great to send them home with this one. Also reinforces number word handwriting skills.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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The Math Used in Professional Baseball: More than a Game
Baseball is more than a game it is game of mathematical numbers used to try and determine how players respond in certain situations.
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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 Math Worksheets
More Advanced Worksheets
The next level of math skills.
-Number Sequence
-Consecutive Numbers
-Counting By Drawing
-Counting Sets of Numbers
Less Advanced Math Worksheets
Remedial Math Worksheets
Skills needed to get to this level.
-Counting By Numbers
-Counting to 10
-Connect the Dots
-Counting From Zero