Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Counting Apples


Munchy Crunchy Apples are falling from the trees!

Let’s count how many apples have fallen!

Read: Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins

Rhyme: Johnny Found an Apple

Materials needed: sentence strips, apples, and two baskets.
Directions: On the sentence strips write the numbers 1 – 10 and the word apple(s)s.  Put little apple stickers (or draw them) on each card according to the number written. Put them in a basket.

In another basket place 10 small apples.

Instructions: Have the child pick a card and place it on the table. Then have the child count out the correct number of apples.

Example: Point to the first card and say the name: 3. Count out the apples: 1 and 2 and 3. “Now there are three apples.”
 

Related online training:
Recognizing Levels of Social Play (1 hour / .1 CEU)

Tuition: $10.50
CDA Competency: Observing and Recording Progress and Behavior of Children [1 hour / .1 CEU]
Washington Core Competency: Content Area 3 Ongoing Measurement of Child Progress [1 hour]
Oregon Core Body of Knowledge: Observation & Assessment [1 hour]
 

 

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