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"A+ Math" Early Elementary - Counting and Identifying Numbers WorkText


This WorkText is designed to be used as a supplement to teach how to count and identify numbers to students in early elementary years. It offers concept reviews which are concise with "to-the-point" explanations, and demonstrations of concepts with sample problems to ensure your student fully understands how to apply concepts to real world math problems

This WorkText also contains Worksheets and Worksheets Answer Key for each one of the subject areas in early elementary number sense - counting and identifying numbers. The problems on worksheets allow extra practice with problem solving to further enhance student's understanding of the MATH concepts.

Please use the space provided under each problem on the worksheets to show your work. We highly encourage you to use this space to list the step-by-step process your student follows in arriving at their solution.

The main subject areas covered in this worktext are:

  • 1.1   Counting Numbers to 100
  • 1.2   Reading and Writing Numbers to 100
  • 1.3   Identifying Numbers to 100
  • 1.4   Find the Missing Number
  • 1.5   One More, One Less
  • 1.6   Skip Counting by Two
  • 1.7   Skip Counting by Five
  • 1.8   Name the Number
  • 1.9   Identifying Numbers past 100
  • 1.10 Skip Counting by Ten
  • 1.11 Skip Counting by Twenty-five
  • 1.12 Reverse Counting (starting at 100)
  • 1.13 Reverse Skip Counting by Two (starting at 100)
  • 1.14 Reverse Skip Counting by Five (starting at 100)
  • 1.15 Reverse Skip Counting by Ten (starting at 100)
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File Last Updated:
November 29, 2012
This title was added to our catalog on November 27, 2012.