Reading, Writing, and Counting Numbers – Help Packets
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Basic Counting – Level 1
This packet is for early learners. It covers basic counting using pictures
of different characters. This packet helps children visualize what a number actually represents.
Teacher misunderstanding: Some children are more visual than others. There is nothing wrong with using
fingers or other visual methods to count, add, subtract, multiply, or divide.
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Spelling Numbers – Level 1
This packet is for early learners. It introduces the major 31 words for reading and writing
numbers.
Key concept: If students can write and spell these words, they will be able to read and write
the majority of the numbers they see in the future.
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Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 1
This is a four page minipacket on reading and writing whole numbers.
This packet is designed for early learners and covers whole numbers up to 20. It uses squares to help students visualize
what the numbers actually mean and their relevant size.
Student misunderstanding: Actual size of a number.
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Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 2A
This is a four page minipacket on reading and writing whole numbers.
Students should already understand whole numbers up to 20. This packet uses some visualization and covers whole numbers up to 100.
Key concept: Students should start seeing that they can combine numbers to create larger ones.
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Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 2B
This is a four page minipacket on reading and writing whole numbers.
Students should already understand whole numbers up to 100. This packet uses some visualization and covers whole numbers up to 1,000.
Key concept: If they can read these simple numbers, they will be able to read any number.
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Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 3A
This four page minipacket introduces groups and how to seperate numbers
into pieces to help read larger numbers. Students should already understand whole numbers up to 1,000. This packet covers up
to 1,000,000.
Student misunderstanding: Like to say AND.
The word AND means decimal or pieces.
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Reading and Writing Whole Numbers – Level 3B
This four page minipacket is for advance students. They should be able to use their prior
knowledge to create larger numbers. Students should already understand groups and the core pieces of a number (ones, tens, hundreds).
This packet covers up to billions.
Key concept: Students should know the 31 words that create billions of numbers.
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