In this lesson, children will practice counting objects to five. They will be shown a set of objects, such as glue bottles, five-frames, place value blocks, shapes, dogs, notebooks, and more. Students will count the objects shown. Then they will type the correct answer, or choose between two numbers which is correct.
"I Know It" is designed as a relevant, engaging math practice website, providing an opportunity for students to practice elementary-level math skills. In addition, the bright, kid-friendly graphics, the animated cartoon character that reacts when children answer a question correctly, and the whimsical display format give students the feel if playing a fun, challenging math game.
A score-tracker in the upper-right corner of the screen lets kids know how many questions they've gotten correct so far. A progress tracker shows them how much further they have to go to complete the lesson. A "hint" button in the lower-left corner gives students a nudge in the right direction. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them how to solve the question correctly.
Students who are auditory learners and ESL/ELL students will find the speaker icon in the upper-left corner of the screen very useful. When they click it, the question will be read aloud to them in a clear voice.
It is our hope that our interactive math practice program makes it fun for students to practice counting to five. Give this lesson a try, and remember to browse our other math topics!
Students may play this math game for free, but they will be limited to a total of twenty-five questions across all the lessons per day. For unlimited access to all the lessons, you will need to become a member of I Know It.
Members are able to add a class roster, create individual student logins, view student scores for completed lessons, change lesson settings (such as turning off the animation or limiting the number of hints per lesson), and accessing student progress reports.
Students will log in to a kid-friendly user interface, in which the grade levels are hidden. Instead they will be shown "Level A," "Level B," "Level C," and so on. This allows teachers to assign students lessons based on their skill level.
This math practice lesson is classified as Level K. It may be appropriate for kindergarten and first grade students.
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Counting Objects to 10 (Level K)
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Skip Counting by 2s (Level A)
Children will practice skip-counting by twos in this interactive math game. They will be shown items in pairs and be expected to skip-count all of them to arrive at a total number of items.