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A (Random) Counting Numbers

a. Counting Up to 20 Filling in Counts
b. How Many Things in a Line (Up to 20)
c. Ordinal Position
d. How Many Things in a Rectangular Array (Up to 20)
e. How Many Things in a Circle (Up to 20)
f. How Many Things in a Scattered (Up to 10)
g. How Many Things in a Scattered (Up to 20)
h. Counting Objects in Different Arrangements (Up to 20) (Students in a circle, vs at their seats...
i. Counting up to 20 with pictures
j. Counting up to 20 with numbers
k. Counting backwards from 20 with pictures
l. Counting backwards from 20 with numbers
m. Counting up to 100 by pictures (10s are grouped!)
n. Counting to 100 by 5 with pictures
o. Counting to 100 by 5 by number
p. Counting to 100 by 10 with pictures
q. Counting to 100 by 10 by number
r. Count up from a Given Number
s. Count down from a Given Number
t. Looking at a Counting of Objects, Find where it hit a Certain Number
u. Going Up by 1
v. Going Down by 1
w. Connect The Dots Pictures (Up to 20)

B (Random) Number Names

a. Writing Numerals 0-20 (With Outlines) With outlines and pictures...
b. Writing Numerals 0-39 (With Outlines)
c. Writing Number Names 0-20 (With Outlines)
d. Writing Number Names 0-39 (With Outlines)
e. Writing Numerals 0-100 (With Outlines)
f. Writing Numerals 0-20 (With Pictures)
g. Writing Numerals 0-39 (With Pictures)
h. Writing Number Names 0-20 (With Pictures)
i. Writing Number Names 0-39 (With Pictures)
j. Writing Numerals 0-100 (With Pictures)
k. Writing Numerals 0-20 (No Pictures)
l. Writing Number Names 0-20 (No Pictures)
m. Writing Numerals 0-100 (No Pictures)

C (Random) Comparing Numbers

a. Comparing the Number of Objects In Groups (by Pairing them)
b. Comparing the Number of Objects In Groups (by Counting them)
c. Comparing the Numbers written as Numerals
d. Comparing To 20 Are there more or less than 20 jelly beans, etc.

D (Random) Addition and Subtraction

a. Representing Addition with Fingers (Given 3 fingers up and 5 fingers, how many fingers are up)
b. Drawing Objects to Represent Addition (Given 5 butterflies, draw more in order to represent 5 + 3)
c. Representing Subtraction with Fingers (Given 5 fingers, and you put down 3 by crossing them out, how many do you have?)
d. Representing Subtraction by Crossing Out Pictures
e. Relating Addition Word Problems to Pictures (Up to 10) Joining,
f. Relating Subtraction Word Problems to Pictures (Within 10) separating
g. Addition Word Problems (Up to 10) Joining,
h. Subtraction Word Problems (Within 10) separating
i. Decomposing numbers up to 5 into sums of two Numbers (5 = 2 + 3 or 5 = 4 + 1)
j. Decomposing numbers up to 10 into sums of two Numbers (5 = 2 + 3 or 5 = 4 + 1)
k. Adding to a Number to get 10Given any number from 1-9 (with pictures ) figure out how many more need to be added to get 10.

E (Random) Addition

a. Adding Up to a Sum of 5
b. Adding 0
c. Adding 1
d. Adding 2
e. Adding 3
f. Adding 4
g. Adding 5

F (Random) Subtraction

a. Subtracting From at Most 5
b. Subtracting 0
c. Subtracting 1
d. Subtracting 2
e. Subtracting 3
f. Subtracting 4
g. Subtracting 5

G (Random) Numbers 11-19

a. Counting Objects from 11-19
b. Decomposing 11-19 into Tens and Ones with Pictures
c. Decomposing 11-19 into Tens and Ones with Numbers
d. Relating 10 Ones to 1 Ten (Have students show what 1 ten is by drawing 10 objects in a container.)

H (Random) Relating Positions

a. Inside vs Outside Draw a man inside the tent. or What object is inside the tent?
b. Left, Middle, and Right Which picture is on the left?
c. Top, Middle, and Bottom
d. Top, Middle, Bottom with Left, Middle, RightWhich object is in the top left corner of a 3x3 grid?
e. Above, Below, and Next To which object is above the table.
f. In Front, Behind, or Next To
g. Identifying Betweenwhich object is between the cat and the can?
h. Near or FarBoth real world as well as in a line...

I (Random) Comparing Objects

a. Long vs. ShortWhich is longer/shorter the longest/shortest.
b. Tall vs. ShortStop signs, flag poll, buildings, etc.
c. Light vs HeavyButterfly, Onion, Person, Cat, Car, etc.
d. More or LessAre there more jellybeans in this jar or that.. Which holds more/ which holds less?
e. Hot Vs. Cold
f. Same or DifferentAre the objects the same (jellybeans ) or different cat vs dog.

J (Random) Color, Size, and Shape

a. Identifying Color (Find the blue triangle/circle.etc)
b. Identifying 2D Shapes(Find the triangle) circle, triangle, rectangle, squares, trapezoids,hexagons etc
c. Naming 2D Shapes(Find the triangle)
d. Identifying 3D Shapes(Find the cone in a real world picture) cones, cylinders, spheres, and cubes, (given soup, what shape is shown?)
e. Naming 3D Shapes(Find the cone)
f. Identifying Size(Find the big vs little Triangle)
g. Identifying 2D from 3D Given 3 pictures, name all the figures that are 2D... etc. (Flat vs Solid)
h. Identifying Faces of 3D objectsGiven a Cone, with the bottom highlighted, what shape is the highlighted face?

K (Random) Comparing Categories

a. Organizing Data by Color
b. Organizing Data by Shapes
c. Organizing Data by Size
d. Organizing Data by Category and Using Most/Least Which category has the most items in it?

L (Random) Comparing Shapes

a. Comparing Number of Sides
b. Comparing Number of Vertices
c. Comparing AttributesSides of equal length
d. Drawing 2D Shapes
e. Finding Shapes in Pictures given a picture of a house, find all the rectangles.
f. Finding Shapes in Shapes Can you divide the rectangle in such a way that you can see 2 triangles?

M (Random) Money

a. Identifying Coins Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.
b. Adding Coins up to 10 cents Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.
c. Adding Coins Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

N (Random) Picture Graphs

a. Organizing Data Into Picture GraphsMangoes go together in one line, Apples in another, bananas, etc....
b. Reading Picture GraphsHow many Mangos are in the graph?
c. Comparing Information from a Picture GraphWhich does Julie have more of? Mangoes or bananas?
d. Organizing Data Into Bar GraphsMangoes go together in one line, Apples in another, bananas, etc.... Bar graphs are the same as picture, just filled in squares...
e. Reading Bar GraphsHow many Mangos are in the graph?
f. Comparing Information from a Bar GraphWhich does Julie have more of? Mangoes or bananas?
g. Reading Tally Marks
h. Making Tally Marks