Introducing Numbers 0-10
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Students need to:
- Use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects are in a set of up to 10 objects.
- Verbally count to 10 by ones and then develop rote counting to 20 by ones.
- Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities to 10.
- Recognize that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted.
- Identify, describe, and create sets of up to 10 objects using concrete materials (ten frames), pictures and/or numerals (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
- See numbers 6 – 10 with a 5 group (dot arrays, fingers, ten frame).
- Match a numeral to a set 0-10.
- Recognize written numerals 0 – 10.
- Count and discuss quantity 0-10 in various arrangements (line, array, scattered).
- Recognize the concept of just after or just before a given number in the counting sequence up to 10.
- Use one-to-one correspondence to identify, describe, and compare sets of concrete objects using language such as “more than,” “less than,” or “same as”.
- Recognize that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
- Say the number-word list to thirty-nine.
Carroll County Public Schools Support Videos
Modeling with Ten Frames
Ways Parents Can Help
- Practice counting forwards and backwards with your child
- Practice putting number cards in order (0 – 10)
- Count things around the house (steps, toys, food items…
- Use number cards to label a set of objects of that quantity.
- Have your child create a set of objects that matches a number shown.
- Practice writing the numbers up to 10
- While in the car challenge your child to find a certain number of an object. For example, have your child find 6 blue cars or 8 blue trucks.
- Build sets together using things around the house. Compare the sets using the phrases "more/greater than", "less than", "same as".
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