# Dot Cards - Kindergarten

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Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 29

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to order and match numeral and dot cards from 1 to 10, State 1 more than a given number.

Topic G: One More Than with Numbers 0 to 10

The following figures show dot cards from 1 to 10. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

Lesson 29 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw 10 little dishes on your paper. Write the numbers 1–10 on your dishes. In some of your dishes, draw 1 scoop of strawberry ice cream. In the rest, put 1 scoop of chocolate ice cream. Show your treats to a friend. Do your treats look alike?

Count the dots. Write how many in the circle. Draw the same number of dots below the circle but going up and down instead of across. Number 4 has been done for you.

Count the balloons. Draw 1 more balloon. Count and write how many balloons.

Count the basketballs. Draw 1 more basketball. Count and write how many balls.

Have students discuss how they counted their dots. Did you count each one? Observe strategies students are using to count.
Did you notice anything about the dot cards that helped you count?
Would you rather show a number by using the numeral or by showing the dots? Why?
Which would you rather use if your number were really, really big?
Do you think there always a number that is 1 more than the number you are saying?

Lesson 29 Homework

Count the dots. Write how many in the circle. Draw the same number of dots below the circle but going up and down instead of across. The number 6 has been done for you.

Learning Goal

I can match numbers to dot cards.

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