Grade K

Display the Headline Story pictured in the sidebar, *Dot Cubes*, to children. Then, encourage them to tell stories about the page. If children need help coming up with some of the ideas suggested in the sample response, pose questions such as, “How many dot cubes are on the page?” or “Do some of the cubes have the same number of dots?”

- There are 12 dot cubes.
- I can see 8 ones, 6 twos, 6 threes, 6 fours, 6 fives, and 4 sixes.
- I do not see any faces on the cubes with seven dots.
- If I add all of the dots showing on one cube, I must have at least 6 but less than or equal to 15.

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