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Spring Progress Monitoring and Instructional Strategies for K.CC.1
Standard: Know number names and the count sequence. (K.C.C.1)
1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens. (K.CC.1.)
Ask to count starting at 1 record where stops.
Number Talks Activity:
Count Around: Arrange students in a circle. One child says “one”, the child to the left says, “two”, continue around the circle. Continue until you reach the number 50.
Choral Counting: Starting with the number one, have all students in the room count to 50. Teacher may wish to point to the numbers on a hundreds chart or a number line as the students say them aloud.
Kathy Richardson: Developing Number Concepts: Book 1
Counting, Comparing, and Pattern Read: Chapter 1
Van de Walle: Read the section on: The Number Core: Quantity, Counting, and Knowing How Many in the chapter called Developing Early Number Concepts and Number Sense