# K.CC.B.4 Lesson Plans

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"Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality."

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

## Lesson Plans

How Many Humps?
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How Many Humps?
Increase your students' self-confidence while practising pre-reading skills, number recognition and counting to five. Students will read about Sally the Camel and count the humps on her back.
Kindergarten
Maths
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It’s Raining Numbers!
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It’s Raining Numbers!
Raindrops are falling in this weather-themed maths lesson! Students will manipulate raindrops and discover that raindrops can be counted in the same order, even when they are arranged in different ways.
Year one
Maths
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Piggy Bank Counting Game
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Piggy Bank Counting Game
Students will practise counting, number recognition, and matching numerals and quantities in this self-checking game.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Counting on Coins
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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
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Maths Builder
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Maths Builder
Help build your students' confidence in number recognition and one-to-one correspondence with their favorite plastic building pieces.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Bug Counting and Quantifying
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Bug Counting and Quantifying
This interactive insect game will engage students in collecting and counting bugs! Students will catch and count pompoms and use imagination, representation, counting, and qualitative skills during this play based maths activity.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Matching Numbers
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Matching Numbers
Teach your class about the relationship between numbers and quantities with this lesson that has students use their counting skills to match a number of objects with their written value.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Shark Feeding Frenzy
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Shark Feeding Frenzy
Use your students' fascination with sharks to create a maths feeding frenzy! Students will match numerals to quantity using "shark teeth" in this sensory rich maths lesson.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Catch Those Fish!
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Catch Those Fish!
Catch those fish before they get away! In this lesson, students will be challenged to order and count the total number of fish. This lesson focuses on the crucial skills of ordering numbers and recognizing one-to-one correspondence.
Year one
Maths
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Christmas Counting: 1, 2, 3! Time to Decorate the Christmas Tree
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Christmas Counting: 1, 2, 3! Time to Decorate the Christmas Tree
Farewell pumpkins and turkeys! It’s time to decorate for Christmas! Your students will work on the foundations of counting, one-to-one correspondence, and one-to-one tagging as they add decorations to their Christmas cookies and trees.
Year one
Maths
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Introducing the Number Three!
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Introducing the Number Three!
In this introductory maths lesson, students will become familiar with the concept of counting and representing numbers with concrete materials. Your students will enjoy using their creativity as they practise representing the number three on their very own!
Kindergarten
Maths
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Introducing Numbers!
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Introducing Numbers!
In this beginning lesson on numbers, ELs will practise their counting skills using tactile supports and an engaging read-aloud!
Kindergarten
Maths
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In this review focused maths lesson, students will get a chance to practise and share their knowledge of patterns and numbers!
Kindergarten
Maths
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Ordering Fish
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Ordering Fish
In this fun fishy lesson plan, students will love getting their creative juices flowing as they make fish pictures all the while practising how to order numbers. Can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **It's Raining Numbers!** lesson plan.
Year one
Maths
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Snap Cube Numbers
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Snap Cube Numbers
In this hands-on lesson plan, students will learn all about place value while practising their teen numbers. Can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the **Place Value practise** lesson plan.
Year one
Maths
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Beach Counting to Ten
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Beach Counting to Ten
In this beach-themed lesson plan, students will use music and stories to learn all about counting! This can be used as a stand-alone or support lesson for the **Matching Numbers** lesson plan.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Traffic Counting
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Traffic Counting
In this fun traffic focused lesson plan, students will practise writing numbers 0-20. This can be used alone or as a support lesson for the **My Counting Book** lesson plan.
Year one
Maths
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Animal Counting to 5
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Animal Counting to 5
In this animal-focused lesson, students will use music and stories to learn all about counting. This can be used as a stand-alone lesson or a support lesson for the **Five Busy Bees** lesson plan.
Kindergarten
Maths
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How Many Fish in the Ocean?
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How Many Fish in the Ocean?
Use this ocean-inspired lesson plan to practise using one-to-one correspondence with your students. This can be used as a stand-alone lesson or support lesson for the **Matching Numbers** lesson plan.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Reflecting on Numbers
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Reflecting on Numbers
In this artistic lesson plan, students will reflect on their learning through reading, games, and painting! It can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the What I Learned About Numbers lesson plan.
Kindergarten
Maths
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Sub Plans for year one
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Sub Plans for year one
Planning for a substitute in the classroom has never been easier than with this year one, week-long sub packet! Your substitute can supercharge learning with lessons about the weather and four seasons to educate and inspire students!
Year one
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