## Count to tell the number of objects

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.

## Related Lessons

Lesson 207

Warm up with a Mystery Math Mistake to tell whether Dotson's 10-frames represent a number more than his focus number. Examine a train to find shapes. Put together shapes to make familiar objects.

Lesson 208

Warm up with a Mystery Math Mistake to tell whether Dotson's 10-frames represent a number less than his focus number. Tell Which One Doesn't Belong by examining four sets of pattern blocks. Use pattern blocks to make different shapes.

Lesson 112

Use the 10-frame to increase your number sense. Play fun games called "Deck o' Dot Duel 10-frame" and "Same, Less, More." Engage in a Number Talk to find "how many" and to answer a secret question.

Lesson 111

Figure out if there are enough. Engage in a Number Talk to find "how many" and to answer a secret question. Play a fun "4 in a row" game with numbers and arrangements.

Lesson 201

Count birds to tell if Dotson made a Mystery Math Mistake when representing the number of birds using a 10-frame [...]

Lesson 202

Count animals to tell if Dotson made a Mystery Math Mistake when representing the number of animals using a 10-frame [...]

Lesson 203

Represent 6 with a 10-frame, dot card, and Rekenrek (counting buddy) to tell if Dotson made a Mystery Math Mistake. [...]

Lesson 204

Use a 10-frame and Rekenrek (counting buddy) to tell if Dotson made a Mystery Math Mistake building "one less." Represent [...]

Lesson 317

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake with D.C. He needs your help with his number bonds. We will be counting pictures with ten and some more to answer the question "how many?"

Lesson 318

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake with D.C. He needs help figuring out the missing parts in his number bonds. We represent numbers 11-19 in more than one way.

Lesson 401

Join Mrs. Gray for a Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on the double ten frame. We compose numbers 11-19 using 10 ones and some more ones.

Lesson 402

Join Mrs. Gray for a Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on the Counting Buddy Senior. We represent numbers with ten frames and dots or counters.

Lesson 403

Join Mrs. Gray for a Numeracy Talk with Dotson seeing the Counting Buddy Senior but building what we saw on a double ten frame. We also show numbers 11-19 in different ways.

Lesson 404

Join Mrs. Gray for a Numeracy Talk with Dotson seeing the double ten frame but building what we saw using a Rekenrek. We work with numbers 11-19 and write equations.

Lesson 315

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake with D.C. He needs help figuring out his number bonds to match ten frames. We are going to have fun figuring out how many objects are in our collections.

Lesson 316

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake with D.C. He needs help figuring out his number sentences to match ten frames. We are going to work on answering questions about how many are in groups of up to 20.

Lesson 313

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake! Can you find her error? See how we can use math fingers to find 10 or how many more we need to get to 10 from a given number!

Lesson 314

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake! I wonder if she made a mistake in her drawing? Pack your bags - we're going camping! We'll see 10 friends, but some will be hiding in the tent. Can you figure out how many friends are hiding?

Lesson 307

Join Mrs. Gray for a subtraction word problem with Professor Barble! Next, get ready for some fun with using D.C. to find ALL the ways to break apart numbers.

Lesson 311

Join Mrs. Gray for a Mystery Math Mistake word problem. Get ready to have fun with 10 frames matching equations to compositions and decompositions of 10.

Lesson 312

Join Mrs. Gray for Mystery Math Mistake word problem. Get ready to have fun with 10 frames by playing Shake Those Discs and figuring how many more are needed to make 10.

Lesson 305

Join Mrs. Gray for a word problem with Professor Barble! Next, get ready to have some fun with pattern block designs as we match expressions to two parts.

Lesson 306

Join Mrs. Gray for a word problem with Professor Barble! Get your mallet ready to work with D.C. as we decompose and compose numbers with snap cube trains!

Lesson 303

Join Mrs. Gray for a word problem with Professor Barble! Next, get your mallet ready to decompose and compose numbers up to 5 with D.C.

Lesson 304

Join Mrs. Gray for a word problem with Professor Barble! Next, get ready to have some fun with pattern block designs as we match expressions to two parts.

Lesson 218

Join Mrs Gray & Dotson for a Numeracy Talk with My Counting Buddy Junior! Get ready to have some fun with comparing addition and subtraction word problems!

Lesson 217

Join Mrs. Gray & Dotson for a Numeracy Talk with My Counting Buddy Junior! Next be ready to have some fun playing Trash Can Subtraction and modeling subtraction word problems!

Lesson 215

Join Mrs. Gray for Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on conservation to 10. Get your addition brain ready as we will have some fun with object to show how to do addition word problems to 10.

Lesson 216

Join Mrs. Gray for Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on conservation to 10. Get your math brain ready as we will have some fun with quick draws to show how to do addition word problems to 10.

Lesson 213

Join Mrs. Gray for Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on conservation to 10. Get your imagination ready as we will have some fun with objects to show how to do addition word problems to 10.

Lesson 214

Join Mrs. Gray for Numeracy Talk with Dotson working on conservation to 10. Get your imagination ready as we will have some fun with objects to show how to do subtraction word problems to 10.