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## Missing Numbers - CCSS K.CC.B.4c

An adult might need to read instructions to Kindergarten students for the activities below

 1. Apple Picking. Click Image to Enlarge Numbered apples are floating in the water on their way to the cider press. Help George and Jumpy grab the right ones to fill the gaps in the apple number line. (Using number lines to identify missing numbers up to 19) SEE MORE 2. Balloon Pop Math Count to 20. Click Image to Enlarge Players put the numbers in order as they pop floating balloons. A gentle oops, indicates the wrong balloon has been chosen. There is also a reverse order version of the game. SEE MORE 3. Connect the Dots. Click Image to Enlarge A fun way for children to practice counting. There are ten levels with over thirty different puzzles! Feedback is provided as a percentage and stars are awarded when children receive eighty percent or greater. Hints are provided after three incorrect attempts. SEE MORE 4. Fill in the Missing Numbers - (Numbers 1-12). Click Image to Enlarge Click on the box to enter the missing number from 1 to 12.  SEE MORE 5. Find Missing Number - Game. Click Image to Enlarge Tise game must be generated by imputing title, minimum number, maximum number, sequence, and number of problems. SEE MORE 6. Find One Missing Number. Click Image to Enlarge Select the number of questions. Pick the answer to complete the sequence. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE 7. Find The Missing Number. Click Image to Enlarge Find the butterfly that holds the missing number.  SEE MORE 8. Find The Missing Number. Click Image to Enlarge Find the butterfly that holds the missing number.  SEE MORE 9. Helicopter Rescue. Click Image to Enlarge This is a mental math game with different sized number charts, the largest of which is a hundred square and it is designed to help children identify and work with two-digit numbers. It's tablet-friendly and the game works well on an interactive whiteboard. The game modes including finding a number and finding the number between two numbers in a number chart. SEE MORE 10. Kindergarten Counting Games. Click Image to Enlarge Turtle Diary's learning to count games for kindergartners will reinforce the basic concepts of counting through engaging practice as well as introduce more challenging counting techniques like counting by twos, fives, and tens. Students will also have an opportunity to learn about number place values, number charts, and ordinal numbers.  SEE MORE 11. Number Chart. Click Image to Enlarge The chart will help children to see relationships and patterns between numbers one to one hundred and twenty. To play the game children must place numbers on the correct spot of the chart. There are two levels of difficulty: Beginner: reveals one number line at a time and only two missing numbers at a time. Advanced: shows the entire number chart and twenty missing numbers. There is a funny surprise at the end of the activity.  SEE MORE 12. Number Rows 11-20. Click Image to Enlarge There are three monkeys with signs. Two of the three monkeys show a number. Find the ball with the missing number, completing the row, and drag it to the third monkey and the monkeys go wild! The wrong number pops back out. SEE MORE 13. Number Sequences. Click Image to Enlarge Do you know the order of numbers 1 to 10? Try dragging and dropping the numbers to fill in the gaps in sequences. SEE MORE 14. Paint the Squares. Click Image to Enlarge This is an interactive way to explore number patterns such as odd and even numbers, counting in multiples from times tables and ten more and ten less. Patterns are created by clicking on the numbers on the varying sized number charts. The number charts can be viewed in full-screen which is a useful option for teachers wishing to use the resource on an interactive whiteboard. The game is also tablet-friendly. SEE MORE 15. What Number Is Missing. Click Image to Enlarge Help Mr. Panda find the missing numbers and practice number counting. Click on the missing number to complete the number series. SEE MORE

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