 Crews, Donald (1995) Ten black dots. Greenwillow Books, New York.  K.CC
4. Understand relationship between numbers
and quantities
4c. Understand that each successive
number name refers to a quantity that is 1 larger.
5. Count to answer “How many?”
2.OA
1. Use
addition within 100
 Kids make their own 10dot book. Count out appropriate number of dots for each page and write numeral to match own 10dot book.
Count out appropriate number of dots for each page and write numeral to match.
How many dot stickers would you need to make your own book? 
 Silverstein, She (1974) Where the sidewalk ends. HarperCollins. New York.  2.OA
1.
Addition and subtraction within 100

Bandaids
p.140
How
many bandaids does s/he need?
If
bandaids come in boxes of 40, how many boxes does Mom need to buy?
If each child uses same amount, how many bandaids
would 2 children need? 