# Count to 100

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## Math Lesson: Counting to 100

In this math lesson, students will count objects to one hundred. They will be shown items in a set, such as bowling balls, pigs, counters in ten frames, or hundreds charts. Students will be asked questions, such as 'What number is missing from the chart?' and 'Fill in the missing number.' Some questions are fill-in-the-blank, while others are multiple choice.

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## Level

This interactive math lesson is categorized as Level A. It may be appropriate for kindergarten and first grade students.

## Common Core Standard

K.CC.1
Counting and Cardinality

Students will practice counting and identifying numbers in sequence from one to one hundred. Students will practice counting to one hundred by ones and tens.

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