## Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Exploring More (Review) - Section 2: Presentation of Lesson

This activity is almost identical to the activity that I did on the second day of teaching equal groups.  I like to repeat activities with similar skills because it reduces the time needed to explain the procedures of the activity which allows for more time to focus on the actual concept being taught.  Today I could see a large reduction in the amount of time it took the students to get to their seats and start creating their groups of color tiles.  The students also cleaned up more quickly and got started on their paper more quickly.  While new and exciting lessons are great and get the students excited about learning, it's important to not forget that kindergarten students need repetition and routines.

Repeating a Similar Activity
Connection to Prior Knowledge: Repeating a Similar Activity

# Exploring More (Review)

Unit 1: Comparing and Sorting Objects
Lesson 13 of 17

## Big Idea: Comparing the number of objects in two groups using one-to-one correspondence is a foundational skill that students will build on as they begin to compare numbers.

Print Lesson
Add this lesson to your favorites
Standards:
Subject(s):
55 minutes

### Christina Yingling-Smith

##### Similar Lessons

###### Comparing Names
Kindergarten Math » Count & Compare
Big Idea: As kindergartners begin to understand the meaning of numbers and what they represent, they can begin comparing them for more or less. This lesson introduces comparing numbers by comparing the quantity of letters in their names. It's fun and easy.
Favorites(6)
Resources(18)
Phoenix, AZ
Environment: Urban

###### 10 Elves
Kindergarten Math » Holiday Math Centers
Big Idea: How Many Elves? Kindergartners answer various questions about Santa's helpers.
Favorites(0)
Resources(7)
Sterling Heights, MI
Environment: Suburban

###### Greedy Gordy - Learning about More
Kindergarten Math » Working With Numbers 0-10
Big Idea: More is a fairly easy concept for children to understand. They know what it means to want more. This lesson gives students a framework for comparing groups of items.
Favorites(28)
Resources(16)
Cold Spring, MN
Environment: Rural
sign up or
Something went wrong. See details for more info
 Nothing to upload details close