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Identify the Number and Counting with One-to-One Correspondence with GOLDFISH!

Identify the Number and Counting with One-to-One Correspondence with GOLDFISH!
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Count the Goldfish is a resource for students to practice counting numbers 1-10 as they identify the number and count out the goldfish to go into each bowl.

This resource is ideal for preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade. It is also helpful for homeschool students and for parents who want to practice identifying numbers and practice one to one correspondence with counting with their children.

This is an engaging activity for young learners to practice recognizing their numbers one through ten as they identify the number, say the correct number then place the exact number of goldfish into the fishbowl. This can also help with dexterity as they place the goldfish into each bowl. It also helps with the fundamental math of pointing to each goldfish and counting up as they place the goldfish with the correct number. Once the correct number of goldfish have been placed into the bowl, students can eat their yummy snack or repeat the activity a few more times.

Teacher Tips:

The preferrable way to complete this activity is to laminate these worksheets so they can be repeated over and over without destroying the worksheet with the goldfish on top.

Another tip is to try copy the worksheet on blue paper to make it more interesting for students as well.

This activity can be done at snack time as well with a pile of goldfish in the middle of the table and students need to place their goldfish onto the correct number in each bowl before they can eat their snack. Place different goldfish bowls (3 different worksheets are included in this packet) at different tables so it is more challenging for all students.

What's Included

A PDF with 3 pages is included. Each page is different so students can practice different numbers. The numbers they will practice are one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten.

Resource Tags

countingnumbersearly mathnumbers 1-10

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