In this activity, the teacher will introduce a number path to help students rote count from any number other than 1. Number paths are used at this point because on a number path each box holds its own number. The unit being counted is easy to recognize and reinforces the one-to-one correspondence that younger students need to master.
This activity results from the ALEX Resource Development Summit.
In this activity, the teacher will use the checklist provided to assess students' mastery in rote counting from any given number other than 1.
In this activity, the teacher will introduce the game "Start-n-Stop" to help students count forward from any given number within a known sequence.
ABCya provides a fun and educational interactive game that teaches students to count by ones from another number other than 1. In this particular connect the dots, students are counting by ones from the number 21 to 40. The game provides scaffolding after wrong attempts and gives accuracy in a percentage when the dots have been connected.