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September 25, 2011

Learning How to Count Video Tutorials



Greetings,

We hope you are doing well.  This week we are blogging about my new counting video tutorials that we have posted on YouTube.  If you look above, you will see a counting exercise you can review with your child.

Listed below is the Which Group Has More video in which we have grouped different shapes and objects. In the video I review how to count and identify which group has more.  This video is for your Pre-Kindergartener or your Kindergartener.



In the Counting Baby Pink Teddy Bears video watch the balancing baby pink bears balance on a ball while we practice counting to 10.  This video is for your child who is learning how to count to 10.



In the Counting with Happy Faces video watch moving happy smiley faces wink their eye at you while practice counting to 10. This video is also for your child who is learning how to count to 10.




If you were unable to play the four videos above, you can visit my web site at www.youtube.com/complabteacher   In the month of October we will be blogging about math tutorials for addition, subtraction, multiplication and more.  We will see you soon.  Take care!

September 18, 2011

Fun Skip Counting Videos and Activities



Greetings,

We hope you had a great week.  Today we are sharing with you fun skip counting videos we created to assist your child to learn how to skip count.  Try these fun skip counting videos using the colorful 100's chart.  If you play the video above you will see the tutorial on skip counting by 10's.

Make sure you book mark this blog article or my YouTube site to practice skip counting with you or your  child.  You will notice down below other skip counting videos.  Once your child has mastered the 10's then you can have them practice on their 5's, 2's 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, 8's and 9's. 

If you are unable to play the videos, then you can click here and it will take you to my YouTube Channel.  Stay tuned to the channel because more educational videos will be coming soon. 

These our great exercises to prepare students for multiplication facts. Now you can dowload and print a free 100's chart to practice skip counting with your child.  Simply click on the picture below to dowload the free PDF.
Have your child fill in the correct square when skip counting with numbers. Once the chart is filled out.  Check the answers with one of the videos below.  We hope you enjoy all the free resources.

The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 5's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 2's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 3's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 4's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 6's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 7's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 8's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 9's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 11's using the 100's chart.


The video below is a tutorial on skip counting by 12's using the 100's chart.

September 11, 2011

How to Count Videos



Greetings,

Today we are sharing with you a few Counting videos we have been working on to assist your children.  The video above is a counting to 100 video where the numbers will flash along with the correct number of smiley faces.  Your children will really enjoy this interactive video. 

Below is another counting video where you can practice with your children in grades K - 1 on how to count to 10.  This video will help your children work on number fluency.  Research has shown if children use their fingers to count then they do not have sense of where numbers fall on a number line.



Below this video is a longer video where we practice and review counting to 20 with smiley faces.  We hope you enjoy all these videos.  We will be sharing more videos in the future on more math concepts.  See you next week with another exciting and helpful topic.

September 4, 2011

The New Who Wants to Be a Millionaire PowerPoint Game Has Been Released!


Greetings,

We hope you are having a great Labor Day Holiday.  The New Who Wants to Be a Millionaire PowerPoint Game was officially released today.  If you are interested we have a limitted supply left.  Simply click on the picture above and you can contact us for more details.

Once we are sold out, we will produce more depending on the demand.  As of right now, we are only promoting it in the United States.  In a few weeks we may promote it internationally.  Talk to you soon.