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Math 4 yr.1.2 In the sequence of 1-10, understand that numbers come before or after one another.
ACTIVITY 1: During activities and games where counting is involved, pause and have students say what number comes next. Examples: Counting yogurt cups when putting away groceries, counting cars at a traffic light.
ACTIVITY 2: Have a puppet (or favorite stuffed animal) count and wait for students to say which number is next (for example, have the puppet say, “1, 2, 3, _5. Did I count correctly?”)
ACTIVITY 3: Start by displaying five uniform objects (M&M's) horizontally. Demonstrate how to match one number (Uno cards) to each object, one through five. Say each number as you place it in sequence. Then, have students match each number, in order, to the objects. You can get them started by placing the 1 and having them continue the number sequence from there
https://gfletchy.com/2016/03/05/be-the-teacher-moving-from-counting-to-cardinality/. Great video that demonstrates this concept. Lots of ideas in the comments.
https://blog.happynumbers.com/4-steps-toward-number-sequence-automaticity/ Great explanation on steps of learning this concept.
Math 4 yr.1.3 Count a number of objects from 0- 10 and begin to associate them with a written numeral.
ACTIVITY 1: Point out numbers on the license plate of a car and have your child hold up the corresponding number of fingers. Expand to Uno cards and favorite toys!
ACTIVITY 2: Provide number cards (make your own or use any kind playing cards with numbers, I.e., Uno). Have students count and identify the number of objects with the number card. Click on the at-home activity button of this website to make your own number cards! https://utah.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/kids-lab-classroom-virtual-prek-numbers-counting/numbers-and-counting-at-home-pbs-kids-lab-virtual-pre-k/#.WR2-yPkrKUk
ACTIVITY 3: 1. Get 12 index cards, or three pieces of construction paper cut into quarters. 2. On six of the cards write a number from 1 to 6, one number per card. 3. On the other six cards write the word names for the same numbers (e.g., "one", "two", "three", and so on). 4. Turn the cards over so the side with the writing is down, and place them in four rows with three cards per row. 5. Invite your child to play a memory game with numbers. 6. Take turns turning over two cards and trying to match the number cards with the word cards. For example, if you turn over a card with the number "2", try to remember where you saw the card with the word "two". 7. Continue playing until you've found all six matches. The person with the most matches wins!