Counting On Strategy

Counting On Strategy | Counting Back

Counting on is a very useful strategy when adding 1, 2 or 3 to a given number. Students must identify the larger number and count on to get the answer. Conversely, counting back is used when subtracting 1, 2 or 3 from a given number.

Eg. 3 + 23…     24, 25, 26.

 

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Counting On

Practice using a number line to count on from given numbers.

Counting Back

Practice using a number line to count back from given numbers.

 

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Count On Worksheet

Solve the addition sums as quickly as possible using the ‘counting on’ strategy.

Count Back Worksheet

Solve the subtraction sums as quickly as possible using the ‘counting back’ strategy.

 

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Number Line Addition Sheet 1

Number Line Addition Sheet 2

Solve simple addition sums using given number lines.

Number Line Subtraction Sheet 1

Number Line Subtraction Sheet 2

Solve simple subtraction using given number lines.

 

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Counting and Adding

Count the objects to find the total.

Counting, Adding & Writing

Count the objects and write the number sentence.

Counting On Sheet

Count on from given numbers.

 

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Pirate Count On

Addition skills: Practice counting on.

Pirate Addition

Add the pirate objects.

Pirate Addition with Equations

Add the pirate objects and write the equation.

 

Mix of Strategies Worksheets

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Strategies Worksheet

Learn and apply different mental computation strategies. Colour the sums according to the strategy used.

Strategies Worksheet

Learn and apply different mental computation strategies. Line the sums up to the matching strategies.

 

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