Information About This Unit
This unit incorporates online games, printouts, and hands-on activities to help kids learn to recognize, count, and write the numbers 11 to 15. It is designed to last one week, with enough resources to cover one number each day, depending on how often you teach math.
The concepts in this pathway are primarily taught from an experiential, hands-on perspective. Children will spend less time reading background information and lessons; and more time engaged in the projects, activities, and other learning tools in the sections below.
|All About Counting||(no rating)|
Visit this page to find additional lessons and tools for use in teaching your children all about counting.
|Dot-to-Dot Art||(no rating)|
This activity allows your children to use sticker dots to make his or her own dot-to-dot art.
|Flashcard Game||(no rating)|
This hands-on game uses flashcards to help your children with counting real objects.
|Play-doh Fun||(no rating)|
In this activity, your child can use play-doh to make the numbers he or she is currently learning, incorporating tactile senses into the learning experience.
|Traveling Game||(no rating)|
This is a fun game to keep your child occupied in the car while helping him or her learn to count.
|Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles||(no rating)|
What's more fun than playing with bubbles? Children counting the bubbles as they're popping them.
|Count the Cubes||(no rating)|
In this interactive game, your child will count the cubes, and then type in the correct number using the keyboard.
|Make Your Own Counting Game||(no rating)|
You can make your own online counting game for your child, choosing the range of numbers to use, the objects to count, and how many problems to have him or her do.
|Number Train||(no rating)|
This is a fun printout that gives children practice tracing numbers 11-20. They can color the trains and then hang them on the wall for reference as they work on their lessons.
|Connect the Dots||(no rating)|
Connect the dots to reveal the elephant and practice counting from 1-15.
|Count and Match||(no rating)|
You can use this resource to generate a count and match worksheet using numbers 10-15 or any others up to 20.
|Number Tracing||(no rating)|
This site allows you to make your own tracing worksheets so your child can practice writing numbers 11-15.
|Dino Dots||(no rating)|
On this printable worksheet, your child can count the dots on the dinosaurs and then write the numbers.
List of any helpful books, games, toys, kits, lapbooks, curriculum, etc., that may be purchased to enhance the learning experience: