Differentiated Strategies for Skip Counting by 10's and 5's (5…
Differentiated Strategies for
Skip Counting by 10's and 5's
5 Students who answered most correct
Skip Counting by 2's
Number Relationships - PeekABoo
Students can explore relationships between numbers on the 100's chart. They can use this to make number sentences, talk to their partner about it or play games.
Students can begin to explore skip counting by 2's.
Students can begin exploring the relationship between even/odd numbers
12 students who have knowledge but need to develop higher level thinking skills
Students can use a 100 number chart as they practice counting with a partner
One partner can point as the other one counts. They can roll a dice on the mat and wherever the dice lands that's where they have to begin counting from. Other ideas are drawing a number from a pile and starting at that number.
What's the missing number?
Students use a themed number chart (such as space) to help them count by 1's and identify the missing numbers in the chart.
In small groups students can be checked by asking them throughout the activity - what number is the moon? What number is the earth? This can be adapted for numbers from 50-100.
Skip Counting - Popsicle Stick Multiples
Students will get a group of popsicle sticks with numbers to 100 in 10's (10, 20, 30, 40, etc.). They will order the numbers and record how they counted by.
This could be used in small groups where children have partners and once they have finished check each others work and then count by 10's to each other. They could then take turns removing a stick (while partner closes their eyes) and then the other child will have to guess which multiple is missing.
5 students with limited knowledge
Hundred Chart Activities
Race to 100.
Pair students with a child that has a solid knowledge of numbers and have them roll dice and move a counter along to see who can reach 100 first. They will be sure to say each number they roll on
Videos and Number Songs
Count to 100
Tactile and Hands On Activities
Gluing a hundreds chart together that has been cut up into strips, squares or pieces.
Counting with manipulatives and one-to one correspondence.
Using the dotter to dot a number every time you count. Allows them to see which number they are saying and go slow. They could use different colors for each line of 10's.
Record students counting with date and any observations.
Checklists and Anecdotal Notes