Counting to 20


Count to 20

Counting to 20 takes lots and lots of practice. Those teen numbers are tricky. Once you’ve got those memorized, the rest is understanding and practicing the pattern of 1-10.

Here are some of the ways I practice counting to 20:

  • Board Games (repetitive practice with rolling dice and moving on the board)
  • Counting around the room (kids sitting in a circle)
  • Strips of masking tape on the floor to represent a number line. Kids roll and move forward. First one to 20 wins
  • Uno-type games (you can find mine here)
  • Math Reader (First table to turn to the number said aloud wins a point) First team to 20 wins.

How do you practice teaching and making counting to 20 fun? Leave a comment below!

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