A Learning Activity is a strategy a teacher chooses to actively
engage students in learning a concept or skill using a digital tool/resource.

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Phase:

After/Explain/Elaborate

Activity:

Teacher will give students a number to start with that is greater than 1 and ask the students to count on to the number 10.

Teacher will use the checklist provided and place a checkmark for mastery in rote counting to 10 beginning with any number other than 1.

If the student has trouble counting to 10, the teacher will write the number that the student stopped counting on in the correct sequence.

When the student has mastered to 10, the teacher will give the student a number to start with that is greater than 1 and ask the student to count on to the number 20.

Teacher will use the checklist provided and place a checkmark for mastery in rote counting to 20 beginning with any number other than 1.

If the student has trouble counting to 20, the teacher will write the number that the student stopped counting on in the correct sequence.

When the student has mastered to 20, the teacher will give the student a number to start with that is greater than 1 and ask the students to count on to the number 100.

Teacher may use this checklist throughout the year until the student has mastered the standard of rote counting to 100 beginning from any given number other than 1.

Assessment Strategies:

Students should master rote counting to 10 before counting forward from a number other than 1.

Students may have to begin with smaller numbers and progress to greater numbers.

Teacher may limit how far the students count then increase the range to 100 when students are ready.

Advanced Preparation:

Make a copy of the teacher checklist from the link provided. Record all student names on the checklist before beginning to assess the students.

Variation Tips (optional):

Once your students have mastered orally counting to 100 by ones beginning with any given number other than 1, you can increase the rigor by requiring them to orally count by 10's to 100 beginning at any given number other than 10.

Notes or Recommendations (optional):

2. Count to 100 by ones beginning with any given number between 0 and 99.