Have them roll a die or dice, count or subitize the number of dots, and remove that many objects from the bowl. Continue to roll till all objects are out of the bowl.
Record number of rolls.
Record in pairs and save so the class can discuss results. ...
How many ornaments fit in a box?
What kinds of boxes and different
assortments could be made?
Cubes, packages, and boxes.
Going beyond ten and moving toward operations
Use a non-counting strategy to count. Additive, (construct, combine) subtractive, (destruct, partition) compensation, using a know result, use multiples, five or ten as an anchor, commutative property, inverse property, or a, combination of these.
- Blank hundred square or empty hundred pocket chart. Randomize a set of the numbers and pass one to each child. Challenge students to come one at time and place their number where they think it belongs on the chart.
- Number cover up with a completed 100 chart cover one number and ask students what number is covered.
- Can Use the hundred squares or hundred charts and the Number roll to do any of the counting, skip counting and point to the numbers. Make screens of different sizes to place to challenge students even more. Point to where the number is screened if a screened number is in the sequence.
- Hundred squares or hundred charts puzzles complete and incomplete with one number to start.
- Hundred squares or hundred charts
- Flash Arrays and have students tell the number of squares in the array. If students rely on counting squares in arrays, screen part of the array, but be sure to show at least two sides. Have students tell how many squares. Later show top and side separately.
- Arrow math problems give a starting number and then arrows as code to a secret number. (43 ٨ ٨ > > > ) find the number or (43 ٧ ٧ ٧ < < )