Write and Name Numbers to 20

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Online Math Activity - Write and Name Numbers to Twenty

Here's a great interactive math activity you can use with your first grade class to help them practice number recognition in word and numeral form. This online math practice session uses ten frames as visual aids to help students identify numbers in both written and numeral form. Questions are presented in multiple choice format. Students will answer a variety of question types, such as: "Choose the dots that show the number sixteen"; "Choose the word that matches the number eighteen"; and "Count and tell how many dots."

This first grade number recognition lesson includes several features that help students understand writing and naming numbers to twenty. Students can click on the hint button when they need a little extra help answering a question. They will be shown a relevant pictorial clue, such as a chart of the numbers one through twenty in both word form and number form. A detailed explanation page will pop up when students answer a question incorrectly. This explanation page will include an age-appropriate illustration of how to solve the problem correctly. Your students will move through the lesson having learned from prior mistakes.

Additional helpful features you'll notice as your students practice identifying numbers in written and numeral form up to twenty include: a progress tracker to show children how many questions they've answered in the lesson; a score-tracker to tell them how many problems they have solved correctly; and a speaker icon, which allows students to hear the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. Our speaker icon is a great option for teachers who have ESL/ELL students, or students who excel at auditory learning.

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Your students will log in to a kid-friendly homepage where they can easily access their assignments from you. They also have the option to explore other lessons at their grade level, or even lessons at different grade levels if you choose. The grade levels in the student mode appear with alphabetical labels instead of numerical labels (Level A, Level B, and so on), making it easy for you to assign lessons based on the individual child's skill level.

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This interactive math lesson is categorized at a 'Level A.' It may be ideal for first grade students.

Common Core Standard

K.CC.3, 1.NBT.1, MA.1.NSO.1.3, 1.2C
Counting And Cardinality

Know Number Names And The Count Sequence.
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

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