# Counting: Educational games and activities

There are several educational games and interactive worksheet activities focused on Counting in EdQueries.com. Actually, counting is one of the most requested topic. The ‘Counting’ course in EdQueries.com has activities which make learning about counting, fun. Whether it is counting for kids or counting math activities for preschoolers, students are more likely to learn if the activities are fun to play. Also, a large variety of activities is required.

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1. Knowing the sequence of numbers
2. Knowing the concept of what is a count

The sequence of numbers is knowing about 1,2,3,4 and so, on. This sequence itself can be chunked into smaller segments:

• Counting 1-5
• Counting 1-10
• Counting 10-50
• Counting 1-50
• Counting 1-100

Any such segmentation, helps simplify the task of learning the sequence. The ‘Counting’ course has few such sections and appropriate educational games in it. E.g. In the video given below there is a game called ‘Drag the stone game’. In this game, there are a series of stones placed in sequence. The student has to drag the next stone in the sequence to allow the boy to jump. In case the wrong stone is placed, the software speaks out and shows the correct answer. Multiple attempts are allowed. So that by playing the game repeatedly, students learn the counting sequence.

For teaching the concept of counting, there are educational games where the student has to place the correct number of items on a table or box. Alternatively, the student has to count the number of items on a given object(s), such as dice and select the correct number. Several such games are there in the ‘Counting’ course:

• Counting blocks
• counting dots on dice
• counting tally marks
• counting coins
• counting teddy bears
• counting toys
• counting fruit

Here are some more counting activities:

This activity can be blended with other activities in books, used in the classroom or at home. Counting actual objects such as coins, blocks ,dice and toys are just some of the activities which can be tried.

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