Week 1 of this independent study packet for preschoolers contains everything you need to keep young learners engaged on key skills, from practicing uppercase letters to learning two-dimensional shapes.
Teach preschoolers the skills necessary for learning how to count with this guided lesson. Kids learn one-to-one correspondence and how numerals relate to quantity. They also learn how to count out a given number of objects using both manipulatives and one-to-one correspondence. With scaffolded learning techniques that help kids build skills, as well as opportunites to practice these skills within a narrative, this lesson has counting covered.
Is your child a coloring champion? Kids will have a blast practicing color and number recognition while working on their fine-motor skills with this fun worksheet that challenges them to match colors with numbers, then color in an awesome dinosaur!
If your student is still mastering her 123s, color by number is more than just a fun way for her to pass time. Completing these color by number and connect the dots worksheets will help your student identify numbers 1-10. Lesson plans will also help you teach this fundamental math skill. For more counting practice, check out our counting numbers 1-10 resources.
Easy as 123: Resources on Identifying Numbers 0-10
Counting to 10 is a child's first experience with math. There are numerous tools in the Learning Library to help young learners identify these important numbers and commit this rudimentary skill to memory.
There are multiple teacher-created lesson plans that teach children number recognition. Five Busy Little Bees is a popular plan that is a close look at numbers 1-5. Students will learn how to identify and write 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 with the help of colorful bumblebee cutouts. Leafy Numbers utilizes fresh fallen leaves from a tree to help students count all the way to 15. All of the lesson plans are complete with guided instruction. The plans include a group lesson as well as opportunities for independent working time. For students who grasp counting quickly, each plan includes enrichment options, too.
Catchy songs are always helpful when it comes to memorization. The library offers three song videos that kids enjoy singing along with. There is also a selection of professional online games including puzzles and a matching game that are both academic and entertaining. There are many other options available for parents and teachers to help students begin their math journey on the right foot. The Learning Library resources on identifying numbers 0 through 10 make learning to count as easy as 123.