# How Many?

Videos and songs to help
Kindergarten kids learn to 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.

Common Core Standards: K.CC.5

### Suggested Learning Target

- I can count objects up to 20 in a variety of arrangements.
- I can say "how many" objects are in a group.
- I can show the correct number of objects when I am told a
number up to 20.

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## How Many Objects?

Teach your child how to count objects

This short video demonstrates 4 skills that children need to be able
to count objects.

Skill 1: Verbal Counting

Skill 2: One-to-one Mapping

Skill 3: Keeping Track

Skill 4: Last Number = Total Number.

Teaching Kids to Count Household Objects.

Mingle & Count: A Game of Number Sense

Kindergarten / Math / Counting

CCSS: Math.K.CC.B.4b Math.K.CC.B.5

Lesson Objective

Practice counting by forming groups based on a given number.

Counting Objects.

Numbers From 11 to 20

Objects arranged in a tens and ones

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