Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1–20, count out that many objects. (Standard #: MAFS.K.CC.2.5)

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Curious George - Flower Garden

Flowers are popping up everywhere! Help George keep track of how many there are by counting with him.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Grade Level(s): K

Primary Resource Type: Educational Game

Bring it (Adding with Curious George)

Curious George is having a party and you're invited! He needs you to bring one last-minute thing. Just walk through George's neighborhood, from the store to his house, with the party supplies. This is a one or two-player game in which players take turns spinning the wheel of fortune to move 1, 2 or 3 squares along the path. If they land on a square with a question, and they get the correct answer, they will advance an additional bonus square along the path. There will be 5 different categories of question covering five basic math concepts: addition, subtraction, counting, spatial-array comparison, and patterns.

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Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Grade Level(s): K

Primary Resource Type: Educational Game

Five Frame

This applet contains four games (How Many?, Build, Fill, and Add) that utilize a frame with five slots for students to place objects, which helps students develop counting and addition skills.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Grade Level(s): K

Primary Resource Type: Virtual Manipulative

Ten Frame

This applet contains four games (How Many?, Build, Fill, and Add) that utilize a frame with ten slots for students to place objects, which helps students develop counting and addition skills.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Grade Level(s): K

Primary Resource Type: Virtual Manipulative