K.CC.B.5 Worksheets, Workbooks, Lesson Plans, and Games

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"Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects."

Our Take:Kindergarteners should become quite adept at counting from 1 to 20. When given a specific number within this range, they should count out that number of objects. They should also count objects in a set group, regardless of whether these objects are arranged in an organized or scattered configuration. Opportunities abound for this age group to practise this skill, as they can count out objects in the classroom, as well as when exploring the world around them.

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

Worksheets

Learning the Letter Y
Worksheet
Learning the Letter Y
Help your child with uppercase and lowercase letters with this printable worksheet on the letter Y.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learning the Letter C
Worksheet
Learning the Letter C
Help your child practise the alphabet with this printable worksheet that asks him identify the letter C in uppercase and lowercase.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write the Letter G
Worksheet
Write the Letter G
How many grapes are there in the bunch? To find out, your child will need to practise writing the letter G!
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learning the Letter I
Worksheet
Learning the Letter I
Looking for a worksheet to help your child with upper and lowercase letters? This printable will help him with the letter I
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learning the Letter U
Worksheet
Learning the Letter U
Help your child identify uppercase and lowercase letters with this printable worksheet that's all about the letter U.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
L Coloring Page: Leaftastic!
Worksheet
L Coloring Page: Leaftastic!
This L coloring page gives kids a hand identifying uppercase and lowercase L. Leafy coloring fun, with a little counting, too!
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Lesson Plans

Fruity Fun with Numbers!
Lesson plan
Fruity Fun with Numbers!
In this fruity lesson students will learn how to count from one to ten! The lesson ends with a fruity snack and the opportunity to practise counting.
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan
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
Five Busy Little Bees
Lesson plan
Five Busy Little Bees
Buzz, buzz! Can you count the five busy little bees? In this bee-themed lesson on counting and number recognition, students will use bees to learn how to count the numbers one through five.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Leafy Numbers
Lesson plan
Leafy Numbers
In this leafy, plant-themed lesson, students will use leaves as they practise recognizing various numbers from 1 to 15. This lesson can be easily adapted for use with specific ranges of numbers.
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan
Blooming Numbers
Lesson plan
Blooming Numbers
Numbers are blooming! In this flower-themed lesson, students will create a piece of maths artwork that will help them practise recognition of numbers through ten.
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan
Bear-y Fun Numbers!
Lesson plan
Bear-y Fun Numbers!
In this teddy bear themed lesson, students will practise recognizing, ordering, and counting the numbers one through 20. Adaptable for any number range from 1-20, this lesson can be customized to target your students’ specific needs!
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan

Workbooks

No workbooks found for this common core node.

Games

Counting in the Kitchen
Game
Counting in the Kitchen
Your kid will identify quantities as fast as possible to serve hungry customers.
Kindergarten
Maths
Game

Exercises

No exercises found for this common core node.

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