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1st Grade Count-up-to-120 GameFirst Grade Counting-to-One-Hundred-Twenty Game

Interactive Math Activity - Count to 120

Students will practice counting to 120 in this interactive math game geared toward first grade. Using ten-frames, counters, number charts, and other visual aids, children will count consecutive numbers up to 120 in this online math lesson. Each math question is presented in an age- and grade-level appropriate context that will help students master counting to 120.

Children will face challenges in this online math practice activity, but boredom will no be one of them! A variety of question types ensures students are equally engaged and challenged in their math practice. Students may be asked to fill in the blank with the missing numbers in a consecutive list. Or they may be asked what number is missing from the number chart. Or they may be asked to count the number of dots using ten-frames. If students get stuck on a question, they can click on the "Hint" button. The hint consists of a detailed picture accompanied by a helpful clue, such as "Count the tens. Count the ones." When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page shows them the right answer with an easy-to-understand explanation. This way, students can move on through the lesson having learned from past mistakes.

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1st Grade Count-up-to-120 LessonFirst Grade Counting-to-One-Hundred-Twenty Lesson

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1st Grade Count-up-to-120 ActivityFirst Grade Counting-to-One-Hundred-Twenty Activity


This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.

Common Core Standard

1.NBT.1, MA.1.NSO.1.1, MA.1.NSO.1.2, 1.5A
Number And Operations In Base Ten

Extend The Counting Sequence.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.

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