New
New
Year 1

# Counting different groups

I can count out from a larger group to form a new group and explain that the last number counted tells me how many there are.

New
New
Year 1

# Counting different groups

I can count out from a larger group to form a new group and explain that the last number counted tells me how many there are.

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. Revisit counting out or 'giving' a number of things from a larger group, not just counting the number there are.
2. Focus on the stopping number which gives the cardinal value.
3. Start counting at a number other than one and stop at a given number e.g. we can count from 5 to 8.

### Common misconception

Unnecessarily re-counting all objects in a group rather than counting on from an existing amount.

Repeat the key sentence, 'we start our count at ___ and we count ___'.

### Keywords

• Count out - When you take an object or objects from a set and count them you count them out.

• How many - You ask how many when you want to know the number in a set or group.

• Group - A group is a collection of objects or images.

Children need lots of opportunities to manipulate countable objects. Prior to the lesson, gather the countable objects displayed in the slides for children to explore with you throughout the lesson.
Teacher tip

### Licence

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## Starter quiz

### 6 Questions

Q1.
Count forwards from 1. What will the next number in the count be?
6
8
Q2.
Count forwards from 4. What will the next number in the count be?
9
10
Q3.
Count forwards from 2. What will the next number in the count be?
4
5
Q4.
Count forward from 8. What will the next number in the count be?
0
7
Q5.
If we miss a number in our count, we can correct ourselves. Count forwards from 1. Which number is missing?
2
3
Q6.
If we miss a number in our count, we can correct ourselves. Count forwards from 1. Which number is missing?
6
10

## Exit quiz

### 6 Questions

Q1.
Count the leaves. How many leaves are in the group?
7
9
Q2.
Count the cubes. How many cubes are in the group?
4
5
Q3.
Count the pencils. How many pencils are in the group?
6
7
Q4.
I have 2 pencils. I make a group of 5 pencils. Which picture shows my group?
Correct Answer: An image in a quiz
Q5.
I have 2 pencils. I need to make a group of 5 pencils. What is the next number I will say to count out my group?
1
2