## Learning to countTesla birchard

This page is about learning how to count our numbers from 1 to 20. This follows the standards of Kindergarten counting and carnality.

We want our kids to be able to count to 20 without having the help of others. First we will learn how to count from 1 to 10 by watching a video then following a game after the video. Next, we will watch a video on how to count from 10 to 20 following another game. After the game we will do some more activities. Finally we will count from 1 to 20 without the help of others.

As a class I want you guys to sing along with this video. After watching this video you will play the game. I want everyone to do their best without help.

During this game, you will found how many underwater animals there are. Try to do this without help, if you need help you may ask.

This next game is a little harder because it cause you to put the number of items on the pizza. Try to do this on your own, but if you need help you may ask.

Now that we know how to count from 1 to 10 we are going to count from 10 to 20.

As a class I. Want you guys to count from 10 to 20. When counting to 20 it's harder, because you are going to be in double digits instead of one. But with this next game it should help you.

How fast do you think you can count? This next game is going to test how fast you can count. You have to see how many you can get correct before the buzzer goes off.

Now this last game is a Curious George game. This game will ask you how many chickens there are on the screen. You will click on the one you think is correct.

Now lets count to 20 as a class!

To practice your number you can look up counting videos on YouTube with the help of a guardian. You can also practice with anyone, you may also come and ask me for worksheets to help you.

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Created with images by jarmoluk - "education a good idea an array of"

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