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Common Core: Math
CCLS  Math: PK.CC.3.b
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 Counting and Cardinality
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 Count to tell the number of objects.
 State Standard:
 Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
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 Objective: Introduce zero.

 Topic E opens with an exciting new number, zero. The remaining lessons continue the pattern established in Topics A and C, with children counting and answering how many questions with numbers to 9.

 Objective: Look at a numeral and count out a group of up to 8 objects.

 Objective: Tally 8 objects.

 Objective: Arrange and count 8 objects in varied configurations.

 Objective: Count 8 objects in circular configurations.

 Objective: Compose 8, and decompose into two parts. Match to the numeral 8.

 Matching One Numeral with up to 8 Objects Topic D follows the instructional path laid out in Topic B, matching a group of up to 8 objects to the numeral that tells how many (PK.CC.4). The pre...

 Objective: Count 8 objects in array configurations.

 Objective: Count to 8 from left to right on the fingers.

 Objective: Use linear configurations to count 8 in relation to 5.

 Objective: Introduce 8, and relate 8 to 7 and 1 more.

 In Topic C, children incorporate the number 8 into their understanding of the number core. More time is spent with the number 8 because it is the most challenging of the numbers 6–9, being 3 away...

 Topic G continues the pattern established in Topics A, C, and E, incorporating numbers to 10 into their understanding of the number core.

 Topic F follows the instructional path laid out in Topics B and D, with children matching groups of 0 and 9 objects to the numeral that tells how many (PK.CC.4). As in previous topics, the numerals...

 Topic E opens with an exciting new number, zero. The remaining lessons continue the pattern established in Topics A and C, with children counting and answering how many questions with numbers to 9.

 Objective: Look at a numeral and count out a group of up to 7 objects.

 Objective: Tally 6 and 7 objects.

 Objective: Arrange and count 6 and 7 objects in varied configurations.

 Objective: Count 6 and 7 objects in circular configurations.

 In Topic C, children incorporate the number 8 into their understanding of the number core. More time is spent with the number 8 because it is the most challenging of the numbers 6–9, being 3 away...

 Objective: Compose 7, and then decompose into two parts. Match to the numeral 7.

 Objective: Compose 6, and then decompose into two parts. Match to the numeral 6.

 In Module 1, children worked within 5, matching a group to the numeral that tells how many. Now, in Topic B, they extend this ability to groups of 6 and 7 (PK.CC.3ab). Prewritten numerals are...