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.
Big Idea:Kindergarteners need repeated practice in comparing numbers and quantities. This lesson build on the previous lessons in this unit by having the kids create a working model of the number of letters in their names and comparing them.
Big Idea:Kindergarteners need concrete ways to see quantity and to be able to make comparisons between quantities. This game gives them a hands on way to experience comparing quantities which will eventually lead to being able to compare numbers.
Big Idea:Kindergarteners need repeated experience in order to make a skill autonomous. This lesson is a continuation in a series of lessons that help kids develop an understanding of comparing numbers for greater than, less than.
Big Idea:This lesson is a basic counting review lesson. The fish on the website will appear in an array, a circle, or a line. The kids have to decide for themselves what strategy they will use to count the objects accurately.