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Lee Horton

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Safari Count

1. Listen 👂to the directions on the first page of the template. 2. Click on label or move 3. Move the animals to represent the number. Remember the last number you say when you count tells how many in all. 4. Click 👆on the next page and start making sets of animals. 5. Repeat for all of the pages. Challenge: If you would like a challenge you can write equations to show how many of each animal you used to get to the total. 6. Click on check when you are done.

Kindergarten, Other, Pre-K, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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V.A.5 Counts up to 10 objects and demonstrates that the last count indicates how many items were counted. I used Kris Szajner's template as a starting off point for this activity.