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Do your students know that the 2020 Census is underway? Bring the message home with this letter.

Featured Activity: Let’s Get the Count Right

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Activity Description

A daughter and her mother high-fiving after the child answers math questions correctly

This worksheet focuses on how the decennial census benefits students, their families, and their communities, highlighting why participation is important. Use this worksheet in your classroom as a starting point or introduction to the 2020 Census. For students in kindergarten through second grade, this worksheet focuses on basic concepts, such as what the U.S. Census Bureau does and how the census helps the students’ community.

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Suggested Grade Level


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Approximate Time Required

40 minutes

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Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

  • Recognize and count numbers up to 100.
  • Compare quantities using the terms “more than,” “less than,” and “equal to.”
  • Understand the concept of population and how distributing resources relates to the number of people living in a community.
  • Understand the importance of being counted in the 2020 Census.

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Materials Required

  • Printed student worksheet
  • A projector or interactive whiteboard connected to the internet to display the “Everyone Counts!” song
  • One marker (or another substitutable resource) for each student (Note: Students do not need to draw with the marker. It will be used to show how resources are distributed.)

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