Counting Sets Of Numbers Worksheets
How Do You Associate Numbers with a Numbers of Objects? Math is a complicated subject for sure, but there are many things that can make the subject pretty interesting. You can do use many things helping you to learn to count, or there are many things that can help you solve sums quicker than you usually take up the time to solve a question. If you think that counting is a rather tough subject, then there are lots of ways that can help you count quicker. One of the easiest methods is using pictures of various objects. By seeing the number of objects, you can easily pick up which number belongs to which picture. For example, if a picture has a couple of basketballs made, then you can easily count that the picture has two basketballs. You can also use reallife objects; it is relatively easier to count when you have a visual representation of the number that you are trying to count. Place a few flashcards, use anything that you think can be used to count, and then start counting. It is not only easy; it is fun too!

Basic Lesson
Displays how to associate numbers with numbers of objects. Also includes practice problems.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains counting by 3s and 5s problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains counting by 2s and 4s problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Features 2 practice problems with detailed examples. Complete examples are provided.
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Match Number To Items Lesson
A great lesson for helping students to visualize everyday counting.
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Independent Practice 1
Match the numbers one through ten to the groups of items. Draw a line from the numbers to the group that has that number in the set. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
A good review sheet for this counting and identification skill.
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Homework Worksheet
It's great to send them home with this one. Also reinforces number word handwriting skills.
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Topic Quiz
Groups items numbers one through ten. Students have to match the groups to the numbers they represent.
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Stamps and One Potato
If there are twelve onecent stamps in a dozen, then how many
2cent stamps are there in a dozen? There are 12, one dozen equals 12 no matter
what the item being counted is. Always read the problem carefully.
Counting rhymes have been used on playgrounds and in street
games to choose players and to choose someone to be "it." Recited while tapping
on fists of players:
One potato, two potato, three potato, four Five potato, six potato, seven
potato more.