Kindergarten - Count Up To 30

 
     
 
     
 
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Count up to 30
Count, recognize, represent, name and order a number of objects (up to 30).
Recognize common geometric shapes and name them. Count objects and sort them based on their attributes. Put objects in sequential order.
 

Sample Problems

(1)

Name the shape that has three sides.

(2)

How many sides does a square have?

(3)

Put the numbers 19, 7, 26, and 2 in order from least to greatest.

(4)

Draw ten circles.

Learning Tips

(1)

Write the numbers 0 to 9 on a paper and explain to her/him that all numbers are made up of these numbers. Have some crayons nearby. Explain that counting form 0 to 9, the numbers get bigger. Represent this with the crayons. 1 stands for 1 crayon (eraser, pencil, etc.,), 2 stands for two crayons, 3 for three crayons and the numbers increase.

(2)

After you reach nine, ten is formed with two digits. At this point have the number line 0 to 9 at the top o the page. The number 1 is the leader and it will take 0 as its partner to make the number 10. Then the number 1 is the leader and will take its twin 1 as a partner and make the number 11. Point out that it is moving in sequence along the number line 0 to 9. Then 1 will take 2 as its partner and make 12….until it makes 19. Then 1 runs out of partners and so it 2’s turn. Repeat the pattern until the numbers run out and it’s 3’s turn and makes 30.

(3)

Review common objects: hearts, ball, squares, kites, trees, flowers etc.,

Extra Help Problems

(1)

First worksheet: Have numbers 0 to 30 written on the top half with all the even numbers missing. On the bottom half, have numbers 0 to 30 written with all the odd numbers missing. Student should fill in the missing numbers.

(2)

__, 1, __, 3, __, 5, __, 7, __, 9

(3)

__, 11, __, 13, __, 15, __, 17, __, 19

(4)

__, 21, __, 23, __, 25, __, 27, __, 29, __

(5)

Are the missing numbers odd or even? _________

(6)

0, __, 2, __, 4, __, 6, __, 8, __

(7)

10, __, 12, __, 14, __, 16, __, 18, __

(8)

20, __, 22, __, 24, __, 26, __, 28, __, 30

(9)

Are the missing numbers odd or even? __________

(10)

At the top of the page have a box with the names of the objects inside of it: heart, cloud, star, moon, tree, sun, chair, etc., Below have the picture of each object with a blank line below it. The student can write the name of the shape on the line or draw a line from the word in the box to the picture (the latter option for student having difficulty with writing).


(11)

Have five distinct shapes inside a box. Have several of each type of shape: 5 bicycles, 7 tires, 4 baseballs, 10 bats, and 15 basketballs. Ask the student to color the bicycles red, the tires black, baseballs white, bats brown, and the basketballs orange.


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