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Instructional Module: Counting Strategies |
In this Media4Math Classroom Module, your early elementary students will build on their counting skills by combining Skip Counting and Counting On. Using graphics, videos, and games, students are introduced to more challenging counting scenarios that also pave the way for later developing their addition skills. Specifically, students are shown how to combine Skip Counting and Counting On to quickly and accurately count large numbers of items. Four assessment items are included in this module, along with the standard features of allowing you to create a class roster to test student progress. The Media4Math Classroom Modules are flexible. They can be used for classroom demonstration purposes, or in a distance learning environment. They can also be assigned to individual students. |
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Closed Captioned Video: Counting Strategies |
In this video tutorial, students are shown how to use Skip Counting and Counting On to quickly and accurately count large numbers of items. This video lays the groundwork for developing addition skills. A Video Transcript is available for this tutorial at this Link Note: The download is Media4Math's guide to closed captioned videos. Other Closed Captioned VideosTo see the complete collection of Closed Captioned Videos, click on this Link |
Counting | |
Interactive Math Game--DragNDrop Math--Arithmetic--Counting Strategies |
In this drag-and-drop game, have students practice their Skip Counting and Counting On skills. This includes Skip Counting by 2's, 5's, and 10's. This game generates thousands of different combinations, offering an ideal opportunity for skill review in a game format. Note: The download is the Teacher's Guide. |
Counting | |
Interactive Math Game: Counting Cars |
In this math game for K-2, have your students practice their counting skills by counting train cars going past a train station. The number of cars (including the engine) range from from 2-20. The game keeps score and provides continuous game play so that students can practice their counting skills. Note: The download is the teacher's guide. |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 01 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 02 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 03 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 04 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 05 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 06 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 07 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 08 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 09 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example--Continuous Counting--Example 10 |
In this set of math examples, students count objects starting at a number greater than 1. In these examples, the number of fish in one aquarium is known and students are asked to count the total number of fish. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/2ZuOenx |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 01 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 02 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 03 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 04 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 05 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 06 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 07 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 08 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Math Example: Ordinal Numbers--Example 09 |
In these math examples students use ordinal numbers to analyze the positions of various objects on a number line. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3cIuArt |
Counting | |
Quizlet Flash Cards: Counting Objects, Set 01 |
In this set of interactive flash cards students are asked to count the number of objects from a collection of 10. Press the Options button to decide how to display the flash cards. Press the Play button to auto-play the sequence of flash cards. Press Shuffle to change the order of the cards. Note: The download is the teacher's guide for using Media4Math's Quizlet Flash Cards. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Quizlet Flash Cards on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3gP5k63 |
Units of Measure, Counting | |
Quizlet Flash Cards: Counting Objects, Set 02 |
In this set of interactive flash cards students are asked to count the number of objects from a collection of 10. Press the Options button to decide how to display the flash cards. Press the Play button to auto-play the sequence of flash cards. Press Shuffle to change the order of the cards. Note: The download is the teacher's guide for using Media4Math's Quizlet Flash Cards. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Quizlet Flash Cards on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3gP5k63 |
Units of Measure, Counting |