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## Count objects to 25 using one-to-one correspondence and identify the quantity in the counted group. 0006.2.1

1. Counting on a Cloud - Pick a picture, then pick a number. One to one correspondence.
2. Connect the Dots to Make a Picture - [1-10] click on the numbers in sequence
3. Connect the Dots to Make a Picture - [1-15] click on the numbers in sequence
4. Connect the Dots to Make a Picture - [1-20] click on the numbers in sequence
5. Count the Number of Wheels - You will be shown several pictures to count the wheels
6. Counting - free worksheets from Math Slice, from 1 to ten objects to count
7. Counting Objects - count to 10, count to 30, Customize it for some other number - from FreeMathTest
1. Worksheets to print are also available supporting instruction of this topic
8. Count the Ants - [1-10] click on the number that matches the number of ants
9. Counting by 2's, 5's, & 10's - counting backward or forward, select the missing number
10. Farm Addition - Count the chicks and drag the number that tells how many.
11. How Many? - [1-10] click on the number that match the amount
12. How Many? - [1-20] click on the number that match the amount
13. How Much Money is This? - count by 10's (dimes) up to \$1.00
14. Learn to Count - [1-12] count the number of fish and click on the number
15. Match Number word with Numeral - 0-25
16. Name that Numeral - [1-10] click on the number word that matches the numeral
17. Number Cards - [1-20] Print and present as a number strip or cut up individual numbers to be placed in order by students. If numbers are too small, enlarge on a photocopier
18. Numeral recognition - Bear Dice Game- click on the dice and match the cards with the same numbers.
19. Select Six - click on all the things that there are six of | Seven | Eight
20. Sequences - Count by 2's, 5's, or 10's or customize or print worksheets &
21. Valentine Counting - [1-10] count the number of dots on a heart and drag it into a bag with the matching number

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