Here's a nice idea for rolling and counting. Includes dice templates. You could also use these to have students create their own number sentences and word problems.

Here's a booklet ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼on teaching one-to-one correspondence and counting objects in random order to students with disabilities.

Here's a simple idea for using LEGO blocks to count. Students move around the board adding or subtracting blocks from their tower. At the end of the game, players count how many they have and the player with the most wins! (They can also compare towers by length.)

Here's a set of cards where students count 0 -10 and then write the numerals on the included response sheet. If you laminate the cards, students can write on the cards themselves or place a magnetic number in the boxes.

Apples and Worms Playdough Counting Cards (SB2082)

Here's a set of counting mats from 1-10 with apples containing holes made by worms. Provide students with pipe cleaner "worms" to match to the holes to practice one-to-one correspondence and counting.