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# Math - K-6 - Counting (Numbers)

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Based on Alberta Education's math curriculum for primarily grades 1 and 2. Topics include counting up to 100, sequencing numbers, grouping numbers, 100th day celebrations, and zero. See also Math - K-6 - Number sense

One hundred hungry ants head towards a picnic to get yummies for their tummies, but their stops to change their line formation cause them to lose both time and food in the end.

This guide contains interactives to support math learning from Grades K-3.

"Cats of all shapes and sizes scamper, stretch and yawn across the pages of this adorable counting book. And every now and then, they find themselves in the purrfect fluffy stack.

Introduces counting and number systems by showing mathematical relationships in nature.

A counting book that leads readers through the day in the life of construction workers building with bricks.

While at the carnival, the Wing Wing brothers learn about counting, adding, and subtracting by tens.

This guide contains interactives to support math learning from Grades K-3.

Elephants, rabbits, and birds shop in this funny grocery store. Can you guess what the little rabbit wants more of? Munchy, crunchy carrots, of course! And fewer of? Squirmy worms and chewy peanuts (yuck!). So why is his mother buying all those cans of worms?

When the Leopard, king of all the jungle animals, declares the time has come for a successor the bravest beasts gather to compete. The creature capable of throwing a spear high enough in the air for him to count to ten before it reaches the ground will be declared the jungle’s prince. After many of the strongest animals fail, an antelope steps forth only to be ridiculed for his physical weakness. But the antelope possesses a different kind of strength—one that’s a perfect quality for…

A rhyming nonfiction picture book that explores the numerical sets--one tail, two paws, four legs, etc.--that occur throughout the natural world.

Kit: Math Marks the Spot game: Roll soft foam number and operations cubes, and race to find the answer on the oversize number mat! Durable vinyl mat features all the answers to addition and subtraction problems that use the numbers 1-6. Encourages physical activity in a fast-paced game as kids jump, touch or place markers on the answer.

Zero, dismayed by her big, empty, roundness, tries to force herself into the shape of the much-admired One, but must finally accept that she can only be Zero.

Each car on the train has one more zoo animal than the one before, from the first car with an elephant to the last with ten birds.

How exactly do you define zero? Franco's thought-provoking meditations challenge readers to move beyond conventional school-taught facts (it's a number; it's egg-shaped) to poetic observations about zero outside the classroom via a tour of the seasons.

Zero believes that he is a hero, but the counting numbers think he is worthless until they get into trouble with some Roman numerals, and only Zero can help.

This lyrical story teaches number recognition and counting from 1 to 20 with the help of different alpine animals participating in a range of fun mountain activities. Watch three bears sliding down scree, six lynx practising snowboard tricks and eight elk learning to skate. Jocey's unique and imaginative illustrations continue to showcase iconic and recognizable mountain landmarks and regions in Western Canada including Takakkaw Falls, Lake Louise, Fernie, Maligne Canyon, Banff and Lake…