# Counting on

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One of the most basic math concepts your child will work on in kindergarten is counting on. It’s one step beyond counting. Basically, counting on is counting beginning from any number other than one. It sets the stage for addition and subtraction. (You can find a more detailed explanation here at this Math Homework 101...Read More »

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Many kids do not realize that counting can start at any number; it doesn’t always have to start at one (1). Once kids can count and begin to recognize the dice dot patterns and the finger patterns on hands without needing to count, counting on with these is a great skill to try. That’s exactly where …

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A great, hands on math manipulative! This can be used for addition, subtraction, and counting on. {Free printable included}

Counting on Fingers (Number Sense Activity) | Squarehead Teachers

Lego DUPLO number line for addition and subtraction. Simple hands on math

freebie - Dice addition and counting on, 6 pages. This is such an important skill to start from a number, then count up!

I love this math activity. It’s genius on so many levels! This would help students with addition and subtraction, but also to teach “the 9’s trick” with multiplication! It w…

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching your Littles letter names and sounds, numbers, counting, etc. e...