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Counting - CCSS K.CC.A.1, K.CC.A.2, K.CC.A.4, K.CC.A.5, K.CC.A.6, K.CC.A.7

 1. 100 Hunt. Click Image to Enlarge Choose find any number. Look at the target number. Find it on the number square as fast as you can. SEE MORE 2. Count the Dots 0-20. Click Image to Enlarge Online interactive quiz that is self checking.  SEE MORE 3. Count the Dots 11-20. Click Image to Enlarge Online interactive quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE 4. Count to 100. Click Image to Enlarge Students will count objects to one hundred. They will be shown items in a set, such as bowling balls, pigs, counters in ten frames, or hundreds charts. Students will be asked questions, such as 'What number is missing from the chart?' and 'Fill in the missing number.' Some questions are fill-in-the-blank, while others are multiple choice. SEE MORE 5. Counting to 100. Click Image to Enlarge Listen for the number to identify and click on it.  SEE MORE 6. Counting to 100. Click Image to Enlarge Count the items and type in the correct number. SEE MORE 7. Counting Train Game. Click Image to Enlarge Drag and drop the objects to correct match. SEE MORE 8. Counting up to 100. Click Image to Enlarge Count the number of items and type in the number.  SEE MORE 9. Draggable Numberline. Click Image to Enlarge Learn to count on a number line. You can switch between a vertical or horizontal number line. SEE MORE 10. Give the Dog a Bone. Click Image to Enlarge On an empty number square, find the correct number spot.Can you find the 10 hidden bones on the 1-100 number squares in less than a minute? SEE MORE 11. How Many Fish? - [1-12]. Click Image to Enlarge Count the number of fish and click on the number.  SEE MORE 12. How Many? - [1-20]. Click Image to Enlarge Click on the number that match the amount.  SEE MORE 13. Identifying Numerals. Click Image to Enlarge Three activities to match the number words 0-25 with the corresponding numeral.  SEE MORE 14. Interactive Counting. Click Image to Enlarge Link the numbers in order from 1 onward using the interactive pencil, hold down your mouse button and start joining number as fast as you can. Add carefully to make sure you don’t touch numbers out of order. Try to get to all twenty levels!  SEE MORE 15. Number Chart. Click Image to Enlarge A fun and educational activity which helps children see the relationships and patterns among numbers up to 120. To play the game, children will choose a level of difficulty and then be asked to place numbers on the correct spot within the number chart. Complete the activity for a fun surprise! (2 levels: beginner and challenge) SEE MORE 16. Number Line. Click Image to Enlarge Counting with Number Line. Select the balloons and click submit. SEE MORE 17. Nunber Bubble (Count to 100). Click Image to Enlarge Count to 100 is an educational game for kids to practice number sequences. Children must fill in the missing numbers by popping bubbles and dropping the numbers in the correct boxes. SEE MORE

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