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• # Numbers and Counting Essential Activities for Grade 1

Videos
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## Learn How to Count by Twos

Skip counting is need to be learned by every child! Toby needs two park ten cars into the parking spaces. Each garage can fit two cars. Let’s see if your kids can count by twos. Toby clearly explains to little learners how to skip count to 10. With our video it's really easy to learn skip counting.
Let’s practice cardinal numbers and learn ordinal numbers together with Gorgo who wants to visit his friend Duckie. Little funny frog Gorgo first introduces the ordinal numbers and then asks kids to name the numbers themselves. It’s a nice video by Kids Academy https://www.kidsacademy.mobi/ will help to teach your kids learn counting numbers.
Learning to count is usually a kid’s first introduction to mathematics. It paves the pathway for more mathematical activities and helps in the toddler’s brain development. Learning counting for toddlers and kids is a very important activity. It is not always necessary to teach numbers with the use of worksheets or writing. There are several counting games, abacus instruments, educational videos and math songs for kids. In preschool or as a toddler, kids start counting by ones and by second grade they are skip counting and counting to thousands. The best strategy to learn to count for toddlers is to tell them to count anything and everything.
Worksheets
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## Count by 2's: Trains Worksheet

When we are teaching our kids to do quick computations, it's important that they learn how to count up and backward efficiently. Skip-counting, or counting by 2s can help, and your little mathematician will love filling in the missing numbers for each train simply as they count by 2s. The colors are engaging, and your children will gain practice 'counting up' out loud, on paper and in their heads—vital for quick and efficient computations later.
This colorful, fun worksheet engages your child’s brain to count numbers and figure out which numbers follow the numbers shown in the picture. The correct answer is provided in a box, and your child must carefully check which box has the correct answer. Counting numbers does not have to be a cause of groaning and tears for your child. Help them with this counting worksheet and watch them learn.
Quizzes
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## Counting to 100 and Beyond

This quiz assesses students’ ability to count to 100 and beyond by filling missing numbers into number lines.
Students will be assessed on their sense of number fluency for counting by 5’s and 10’s. Students will also be assessed on their ability to understand and solve word problems by counting.
Number lines form a representation to help students explain their reasoning about numbers and understand the sequential order of numbers. In this assessment, students will use number lines to help them count from 99 to 120.