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Mario Kart Racing - Number Identification

This is a one-time course for students to review and further learn number identification and counting 0-20 by using a Mario Kart-themed game board and racing to the finish line against other students.
Sarah Benson
129 total reviews for this teacher
14 reviews for this class
Completed by 29 learners
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year olds
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30 minute class

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Class Experience

Students will review and further learn the numbers 0-20 in different formats (numerals, ten frames, tally marks, fingers, and dice)
I have been working with special education kindergarten for many years. One of the focuses has been number identification from zero to twenty. Subitizing is a skill that I have worked on teaching in detail as a skill that will greatly assist in future math education. I understand that the numbers 11 and 12 often cause confusion, because they are teen numbers but do not fit the pattern of the others. I have also seen several children get confused when counting past 13 and 14 because they feel so similar in the mouth.
If students are struggling with a certain type of number that is presented (fingers, tally marks, ten frames, etc.) it might be recommended that they further work on these with their parents. Flash cards can be provided via PDF printable upon request. 
Students are encourage to bring and show off their mario-type toys at the beginning while we are waiting for everyone to show up, but this is not necessary.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners are assessed as we go. I can immediately assist struggling learners with the number that they are having trouble with, and will send results to the parents after the class with numbers they might need to work on.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
It is helpful if parents are nearby to assist with struggling counters. I also suggest that the parents mute their children when it is not their turn, and help them to count the other players' numbers for additional practice.


Sarah Benson
Lives in the United States
Special Education Teacher
129 total reviews
117 completed classes

About Me

I have a passion for the visual arts, it was my first dream! However, I also have a tremendous amount of knowledge about the maths and sciences (think algebra, calculus, physics, anatomy, chemistry, biology, and everything in between). I've been... 
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