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Choral Counting

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Counting the days in the month every day is another great place to practice the counting sequence; first count the number of days total, and then count from the current date to the end of the month to get practice starting at numbers other than one. Daily transitions are another great opportunity to practice oral counting; for example, the teacher can say, 'Clean up by the time I count to twenty, count with me,' or 'Meet me in the meeting area before I count backward from 10.' Individual student number lines can be made using two 0-99 charts copied on two different colors of paper. Cover the back of each paper with masking tape and leave a short piece hanging off the edge of the paper on the right side.

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