**What is Number Basics?**

Number Basics is built to help students develop their foundational math skills and number sense. It was designed with our youngest learners in mind. Every question has audio read-aloud, and there are a lot of visuals throughout the practice mode as well. When using Number Basics, students will be working on the following skills: number recognition, systematic counting, one to one correspondence, quantity comparison, estimation, and number patterns, and more!

**What are the Levels and Skills in Number Basics?**

Level 1 - Numbers

- Skill 1: I can name the numbers 1-5
- Skill 2: I can name the numbers 5-10
- Skill 3: I can name the numbers 10-20
- Skill 4: I know that numbers can be shown with pictures
- Skill 5: I know that numbers can be shown with pictures and words

Level 2 - How Many?

- Skill 1: I can count 5 or fewer objects
- Skil 2: I can count group of objects between 5 and 10
- Skill 3: I can count a group of objects between 10 and 20
- Skill 4: I know when two groups have an equal number
- Skill 5: I can recognize a group of 10 or fewer dots
- Skill 6: I can count on one ten frame
- Skill 7: I can count on two ten frames

Level 3 - Counting

- Skill 1: I can count to 5
- Skill 2: I can count to 10
- Skill 3: I can count to 20
- Skill 4: I can count on for 10 more
- Skill 5: I can count on between 10 and 100
- Skill 6: I can count backwards from 10
- Skill 7: I can count backwards from 20

Level 4 - Bigger and Smaller

- Skill 1: I can choose the group that has more
- Skill 2: I can choose the group that has less
- Skill 3: I can choose the bigger number
- Skill 4: I can choose the smaller number
- Skill 5: I can estimate a group of objects up to 20
- Skill 6: I can estimate a group of objects up to 100

Level 5 - Number Patterns

- Skill 1: I can tell what number comes next
- Skill 2: I can find the missing number in part of a 100 chart
- Skill 3: I can find the missing number in a whole 100 chart
- Skill 4: I can count by 10s
- Skill 5: I can count by 5s
- Skill 6: I can count by 2s

**What does it look like when students use Number Basics?**

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