# Count and Pair 6-10 - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Counting to Tell How Many

In the "Count and Pair 6-10" lesson, designed for Kindergarten students, young learners will dive into the exciting world of numbers, specifically focusing on the range from 6 to 10. This lesson falls under the broader unit of Counting and Cardinality up to 20, within the chapter titled "Counting to Tell How Many." Through engaging activities such as the Count and Pair Seashells Worksheet, Counting Busy Bees Worksheet, and exercises emphasizing Counting with 1:1 Correspondence from 6-10, students will build critical foundational skills in mathematics.

The importance of this lesson cannot be overstated. Students will not only learn to accurately count objects within the specified range but also understand the concept of pairing and one-to-one correspondence, which are key components in developing a strong mathematical foundation. These skills are essential for grasping more complex mathematical concepts in the future. Additionally, mastering counting and understanding the value of numbers from an early age helps in fostering confidence and a positive attitude towards math, setting students on a path of lifelong learning and problem-solving. Through hands-on, practical exercises, children will enhance their counting abilities, ensuring they are well-prepared for subsequent mathematical challenges.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: Counting to Tell How Many
Unit: Counting and Cardinality up to 20
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1st
3:00 min
Count and Pair Seashells Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Counting Busy Bees Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
4:00 min
Counting with 1:1 Correspondence from 6-10
Quiz
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• ### Activity 1 / Count and Pair Seashells Worksheet

How much do your kids look forward to trips to the beach? What are some of their favorite activities? In this worksheet, your children will remember some of the fun times they have had at the beach. In this printout, there are four sets of seashells. Beneath each group of seashells are two numbers, and one of them is the correct number of seashells. Ask your kids to count the seashells, and then circle the number that they counted.

• ### Activity 2 / Counting Busy Bees Worksheet

Your little kids are probably at that stage now where they are excited to count every object they see. This is great, as they get the much needed practice required to correctly count. But you can help your kids with even more practice by completing the exercise in this worksheet. There are four simple problems in the picture. Look at the picture and then help your kids check the box that shows the correct way to count the bees in each row.

• ### Activity 3 / Counting with 1:1 Correspondence from 6-10 - Quiz

This quiz assesses students’ ability to count objects and match the amount to the cardinal number.