K.CC.B.4.C Worksheets, Workbooks, Lesson Plans, and Games

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"Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger."

These worksheets and lesson plans can help students practise this Common Core State Standards skill.

Worksheets

Counting Up
Worksheet
Counting Up
Practise counting up using this fall-themed worksheet. Students will have fun figuring out the missing numbers that belong on each pumpkin.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Adding 1: Baby Chicks
Worksheet
Adding 1: Baby Chicks
Have your little maths learner count the number of chicks and add them together for great practise in adding one on this maths worksheet.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Counting Down
Worksheet
Counting Down
Practise counting down using this festive worksheet. Students will have fun figuring out the missing numbers that belong on the maple tree!
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Compare Numbers: Large and Small
Worksheet
Compare Numbers: Large and Small
Kindergarteners compare each pair of fruit and colour the one with the larger number.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Magical Numbers
Worksheet
Magical Numbers
One more and one less. Your students will practise adding in the missing numbers on this worksheet.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet

Lesson Plans

Counting on Coins
Lesson plan
Counting on Coins
Count those coins and order those numbers! As students count with coins, they will make connections between real life experiences and the value of numbers.
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan

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