One-to-One Correspondence Counting Video Lesson

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Counting seems like it would be a pretty straight forward skill for a child to learn, but it can actually be quite complicated for Pre-K and Kindergarten students to master. Luckily, I have the perfect thing to help. This One-to-One Correspondence Counting Video Lesson will be sure to get your students feeling confident with their counting skills in no time!

*This counting video lesson pairs perfectly with our Counting Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

This One-to-One Correspondence Counting Video Lesson is a fun and effective way to get your Pre-K and Kindergarten students counting successfully!

One-to-One Correspondence Counting Strategy

The One-to-One Correspondence Count and Move strategy is the best way I have found to get my kiddos counting consistently and accurately, and I think you’re going to love it too!

Counting can actually be really tricky for students. Sometimes they count things more than once. Or, sometimes they don’t count everything. But the Count and Move strategy can really help with the typical counting challenges students encounter.

Count and move is exactly what it sounds like. Students put their manipulatives off to the side and then physically move each item to a new area as they count!

Students put their manipulatives off to the side and then physically move each item to a new area as they count.

Count and Move Video Lesson

Want to see how I teach my students this strategy? I’ve created a video lesson just for you!

You can watch to see exactly how I model this important One-to-One Correspondence Count and Move strategy for my kiddos. Or, you can let me do the teaching for you! Simply push play in your classroom, and let me be a guest teacher.

This is a great option for students in the classroom and at-home learners too!

If your students are watching this video at home, be sure to check out this list of our favorite At-Home Learning Manipulatives so they can practice along.

You can watch this video lesson to see how I model this important One-to-One Correspondence Count and Move Strategy for my kiddos.

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