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 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...

 Objective: Count 6 objects in array configurations.

 Objective: Count to 6 and 7 left to right with fingers.

 Objective: Count to 6 and 7 left to right with fingers.

 Objective: Use linear configurations to count 6 and 7 in relation to 5.