Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 1. Sorting and Classifying: Lesson 1-5 Students will know what the meaning of same and different are by the attributes of color, shape, size, and kind.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to sort objects, decide which does not belong, and sort objects by shape.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will read the interactive math story using rhyming words to identify colors and shapes.
Main Activity:
Teacher will use the big book and read the title, author, and illustrator. Students will
identify shapes and colors as they read. Teacher will ask questions about colors and shapes. Students
will then work in small groups during center time and sort different things on a small table in their small
group such as dolls, unifex cubes, and toy cars. Students will work cooperatively with the teacher and
discuss why they are put in those groups. They will decide what belongs and what does not.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to sort objects, decide on which does not belong, and sort objects by shape.
Main Activity:
Students will use color shape objects and have them all on the table they will sort into
shape and color and discuss.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches monitors and assesses along the way.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Children will know how to sort the same set in different ways.
Main Activity:
Students will sort paper circles into groups by size and color. Teacher will have a large
round paper bag, and small paper bag. Teacher will discuss how they are the same and different. They
will then sort shapes by size and color using vocabulary words same and different. Students will then
work in groups and sort circles first by size same and then by color with different sizes.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Children will know how to sort the same set in different ways.
Main Activity:
Similar activities to yesterdays class just using different objects such as buttons.
Students will continue to explore using guided words such as same and different and then on their own.
Students will sort blocks according to shape and size and color all the while understanding and verbally
discussing the different ways with the assistance of the teacher in a small center group.
Evaluation:
Teaches watches and assesses.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to sort objects, decide which does not belong, and sort objects by shape.
Main Activity:
Students will be given animal picture cards and be able to sort which animals belong and
which ones don’t. Students will sort by size and color two different attributes and be able to verbally
explain why they either belong or do not.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
Objects to sort and count, shapes, zoo-phonics cards, letter stamps, play-do, map globe, white boards, markers, crayons, paper
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 2 (Lesson 1-5) Position and Location. Students will know how to describe an object as
inside or outside a given place.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to know how to describe the position of an object as top, middle, and bottom.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Children will describe an object as inside or outside a given place.
Main Activity:
Students will make a big circle and the teacher will put one child in the middle. Students
will be able to use the vocabulary word inside to describe where their peer is. Teacher will then have
the child go outside the circle and children will be able to use the vocabulary work outside. Students will
take turns till everybody gets a change to be inside and outside the circle.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Learning and Language Objectives: Students will describe an object as over, under, or on a given
object.
Main Activity:
Teacher will model using objects and a bridge drawn on the white board. Teacher will
place objects above the bridge and have children use the word above to describe where the object is in
relation to the bridge. The teacher will continue this whole group lesson having kids come up and place
objects above and under and below. During small group centers children will work at the play dough
center using laminated bridge pages and play dough. With the teacher they will place play dough balls
on the bridge, under the bridge, and over the bridge.
Evaluation:
Teacher will monitor and observe.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will describe the position of an object as top, middle, or bottom.
Main Activity:
Student will have a large printed out mat of a chicken coop and will work in groups to
place items on the top of the coop, middle of the coop and at the bottom of the coop. They will work first
whole group during morning message discussing the vocabulary terms and then small groups using
play dough to make objects to put on top and in the middle and bottom of the coop.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will describe before and after and left and right.
Main Activity:
Teacher will have rubber ducks. Students will come up to place objects before and after
the ducks. They will describe what they are doing using the vocabulary terms before and after. They
will then work in small groups and make stories with the rubber duck choosing an object to go before
the duck and then after.
Evaluation:
Teacher will work with this small group and observe and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will solve a problem by acting it out.
Main Activity:
Students will use position words to act out a situation. For example the teacher will ask
where do you like to hide when you are playing hide and seek? Students will be prompted to answer
“inside a closet” or “under the table” Students will continue to act out various given situations. Then
students will use the home connection book page 27 to problem solve and act out where various
animals could be hiding on the farm page using their words inside, outside, under, over, and on.
Evaluation:
Teacher will work in small groups to asses kids individually.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
Objects to sort and count, shapes, zoo-phonics cards, letter stamps, play-do, map globe, white boards, markers, crayons, paper, farm animal toys, rubber duck, apples, pocket chart, magnetic letters
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.3 Use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in the real-world.
K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Unit 3 Lessons 1-4 Patterns.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to compare and contrast patterns that are different and alike.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and be able to recognize the sound and
movement of patterns. They will understand that some patterns are made up of units that repeat.
Main Activity:
Students will Students will know and be able to recognize the sound and movement of
patterns. They will understand that some patterns are made up of units that repeat. Students will use
musical instruments to create patterns. Students will sit in a circle and three will be chosen to be in the
center of the circle and create an instrumental sound. Students will practice all three different musical
sounds and then with the assistance of the teacher create a musical pattern.
Evaluation:
Teacher will monitor and observe and make sure each student can follow the pattern
created by peers and assist.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn how to identify and extend sound and
movement patterns. Students will know and understand the vocabulary words repeat and pattern.
Main Activity:
Students will have morning message and be asked to listen to a pattern formed by the
teacher and add on to it. Students will work as a whole group to follow and extend a pattern of sound
and movement. Students will then add vocabulary words to match the patterns and repeat. During
small groups students will work in groups to create their own patterns with movement and noise. Each
group will share their pattern to the class at the end of the day during Daily News.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to recognize and extend color patterns.
Students will know how to recognize and extend shape patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will work during center activities and create patterns using cookie cutters with
various shapes. At another math center they will use different colored animal counters to create and
extend patterns working with a partner.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will work at a fix it pattern center and be able to work in
cooperative groups to fix a pattern with an error in it.
Main Activity:
Students will have a whole group mini lesson on fixing patterns. They will use letters so
recognize patterns such as ABCABC or ABABAB. Students will be able to work in groups assisted by a
teacher and create patterns. Teacher will make purposeful mistakes and students will discuss proper
changes. They students will move to another center using different manipulatives to create their own
pattern.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to recognize and extend color patterns.
Students will know how to recognize and extend shape patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will make books marks using different shaped objects. Students will make
patterns using the daily calendar days. Students will have various centers such as music, making
patterns singing,
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
Objects to use for patterning, shapes, zoo-phonics cards, letter stamps, play-do, map globe, white boards, markers, crayons, paper, pictures of signs, pocket chart, magnetic letters
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.2.1.1 Identify, create, complete, and extend simple patterns using shape, color, size, number, sounds and movements. Patterns may be repeating, growing or shrinking such as ABB, ABB, ABB or ●,●●,●●●.
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 3 Lessons 5-7 Students will know how to compare and contrast patterns that are
different and alike.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to read pattern books and retell the story in their own words making a
pattern as they tell the story.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to read pattern books and retell the story in
their own words making a pattern as they tell the story.
Main Activity:
Students will read various pattern books and be able to retell story in their own words
making a pattern as they tell the story. Students will then act out the pattern parts of the story.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to same and different patterns using hands on
manipulatives. Students will be able to identify sound and movement patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will do a whole group lesson during morning message extending same and
different patterns with both paper colored shapes and hand and body sound movements. When
students work in small groups they will create a pattern and then draw it down and the teacher will take
a dictation or they can try and write it. Students will share their patterns with their peers and notice how
they are the same and different.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to grasp the concept that some patterns are
made up of units that repeat. Students will be able to identify and extend shape patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will do calendar and use shape patterns to enter for each numbered date on the
calendar. Example heart, star, heart, star. They will then break up into groups during centers and use
paint to sponge paint different shapes using both same and different colors. Students will hang their
patterns in the math center and observe and make comments.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to solve problems by looking or and using
the repeating parts to describe the pattern.
Main Activity:
Students will have five different math based pattern centers to rotate to. One will be
music and movement with a teacher to guide and assist, one painting different colored dots, one with
animal counters and last will be the calendar pocket chart. Students will create patterns in a pocket
chart using cut out shapes of various colors.
Evaluation:
Students will be working in different pattern based centers and teacher will monitor and
observe and assess.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to solve problems by looking or and using
the repeating parts to describe the pattern.
Main Activity:
Students will have create a big book of patterns. Each group will work on one page
creating and extending a pattern using different paper objects such as shapes, animals, and dots, or
hearts. Students will work together to create the pattern and then read it to the class. Students will
have the pattern big book to add to the class library in the math center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and observes.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
Musical instruments, objects to use for patterning, shapes, zoo-phonics cards, letter stamps, play-do, map globe, white boards, markers, crayons, paper, pocket chart, magnetic letters
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.2.1.1 Identify, create, complete, and extend simple patterns using shape, color, size, number, sounds and movements. Patterns may be repeating, growing or shrinking such as ABB, ABB, ABB or ●,●●,●●●.
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 4 Number 0-4 Students will know how to use objects to represent and count the
quantifies 1, 2, and 3. Students will know how to make and count sets of 1,2,and 3.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will learn the vocabulary words one, two, three, and count. Students will recognize
and write the numbers 1,2, and 3.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use objects to represent and count the
quantifies 1,2,and 3.Students will know how to make and count sets of 1,2,and 3.
Main Activity:
Students will do activities that enable them to grasp the physical meaning of counting
such as putting two counters on the table and counting how many are there. Students will paint at the
painting center objects of one two and three.
Evaluation:
teachers watch and monitor
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn the vocabulary words one, two, three, and count.
Students will recognize and write the numbers 1,2, and 3.
Main Activity:
Students will practice whole group writing the number 1, 2, and 3 using worksheets. They
will then play memory game in small groups during math centers. Students will use play dough mats
and form the number 1-3 using play dough.
Evaluation:
watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to use numbers to describe how many.
Students will be able to identify objects by their attributes.
Main Activity:
Three students will be called to the front of the room holding big number 1,2,and 3. They will mix up and then with the help of the class will be put back in proper sequence. Students sitting
down will have white boards and practice writing the number 1-3 on them.
Evaluation:
Teacher will take notes.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use objects to represent and count the quantities 4,
and 5.Students will know and write the numbers 4 and 5.Students will learn that there is a unique
symbol that goes with each number word.
Main Activity:
Students will practice the numbers 4 and 5. They will write them, count objects to match
the numbers. In another center students will paint the number 4 and paint four objects. Students will do
the same for the number five. They will count objects, paint objects, use play dough mats representing
4, and 5 and make the number out of play dough.
Evaluation:
Students will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Review of the number 1-5.
Main Activity:
Students will review whole group during morning message how to write the number 1-5.
The rest of the math class will consist of many different counting activities from 1-5. Students will count
toy cars and then draw a picture and color. They will paint handprints for the number 4. At another
math center students will use chalk and choose a number between 1-5 and draw a picture showing that
number.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and observes and assesses what each child knows.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
Musical instruments, objects to use for counting, number cards, plants, pictures and books of plants, zoo-phonics cards, letter stamps, play-do, map globe, white boards, markers, crayons, paper, pocket chart, magnetic letters , chart paper
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence.
K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number.
K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 4 Lessons 6-10
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to use objects to represent and count the quantifies 1,2,and 3.
Students will know how to make and count sets of 1,2,and 3.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn the vocabulary words one, two, three, and count.
Students will recognize and write the numbers 1,2, and 3.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small based math centers and have cards prepared for them with numbers. They will bead necklaces with those numbers and wear a necklace or bracelet that has that specific number. Students will play memory game with the numbers 1,2, and 3.
Evaluation:
teachers watch and monitor
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use one to one correspondence to compare objects and decide whether one group has more, fewer, or the same number as another group.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small groups after mini whole group lesson and use various objects they can choose from on a table to create simple stories using words to express which group has more and which group has less.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the math vocabulary terms for fewer, and same as.
Main Activity:
During Morning Message teacher will discuss with students and show them pictures of fewer, and more, and same as. Students will create pictures and two different objects same as… , two different objects where on has fewer than, and more than. Students will practice and discuss what the vocabulary words stand for. During small group centers teacher will pull kids to assess one on one if they grasp concepts.
Evaluation:
Students will know vocabulary words, and teacher will assess individually.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will find the group objects that is 1 fewer than another group, and 2 fewer than another group.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups and use vocabulary cards fewer, more, and less than to show and compare various manipulatives and with the assistance of teacher use the right vocabulary card to show their comparisons.
Evaluation:
teacher watches and monitors
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will continue to practice and be able to find the group objects that is 1 fewer than another group, and 2 fewer than another group.
Main Activity:
Same as Thursday activity just using different objects
Evaluation:
teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 4 Lessons 6-10 continued.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to use objects to represent and count the quantifies 1,2,and 3.
Students will know how to make and count sets of 1,2,and 3,4,5 and 6.
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Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will revisit the vocabulary words one, two, three, and count. They will continue through 6 verbally.
Students will recognize and write the numbers 1,2, and 3, 4,5 and 6.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small based math centers and have cards prepared for them with numbers. They will bead necklaces with those numbers and wear a necklace or bracelet that has that specific number. Students will play memory game with the numbers 1,2, and 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Evaluation:
teachers watch and monitor
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use one to one correspondence to compare objects and decide whether one group has more, fewer, or the same number as another group.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small groups after mini whole group lesson and use various objects they can choose from on a table to create simple stories using words to express which group has more and which group has less. Students will play with manipulatives as they discuss which group is bigger or smaller.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the math vocabulary terms for fewer, and same as
Main Activity:
: During Morning Message teacher will discuss with students and show them pictures of fewer, and more, and same as. Students will create pictures and two different objects same as… , two different objects where on has fewer than, and more than. Students will practice and discuss what the vocabulary words stand for. During small group centers teacher will pull kids to assess one on one if they grasp concepts. Students will do a follow up worksheet in math centers that the teacher will guide and have an assessment of where each child is at. Students will be chosen to volunteer to come up the the front of the room to make a group. Students will be put into different groups and teacher will guide as well as discuss which group is bigger and smaller.
Evaluation:
Students will know vocabulary words, and teacher will assess individually.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will find the group objects that is 1 fewer than another group, and 2 fewer than another group.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups and use vocabulary cards fewer, more, and less than to show and compare various manipulatives and with the assistance of teacher use the right vocabulary card to show their comparisons. Students will paint pictures of groups of more or less. They will be encouraged to discuss their paintings and why one group is smaller (fewer items) and why one group has more or is bigger.
Evaluation:
teacher watches and monitors
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will continue to practice and be able to find the group objects that is 1 fewer than another group, and 2 fewer than another group.
Main Activity:
Students will play a game during centers where they have a bunch of objects on a table. They will be encouraged to make groups and discuss which groups are bigger and smaller and why.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 5: 6-10, Lesson 1-5 Students will know how to use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7. Students will use the objects to show 6 and 7 in two parts.
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Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that counting tells how many are in a set no matter which order the objects are counted.
Main Activity:
Whole group will watch as teacher demonstrates objects in groups of 6 and 7. Students will count different objects and understand that counting is the same no matter how they count the objects. Students will break up into small groups and paint the number 6 and then 7 and paint various objects for each number. They will then make big book of the different things they counted.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the vocabulary words six and seven. Students will be able to count and make sets of 6 and 7 using various different counters.
Main Activity:
Students will practice writing the numbers 6 and 7 and the vocabulary words for six and seven and will be able to read back what they wrote.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that using objects to show 6 and 7 in two parts.
Main Activity:
: Students will use lima beans painted two different colors. They will start with six and throw them as dice and record the different ways they can make six. They will do the same for the number seven.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to show 8 and 9 in two parts and in different ways.
Main Activity:
Students will use the colored lima beans counting out 8 and coloring all the different ways they show, doing this activity four times. They will see if they repeat or make different number sets each time and discuss.
Evaluation:
Teacher will be at the center table watching and monitoring.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the sight words for eight and nine.
Main Activity:
Students will paint the sight words for eight and nine at one center. Students will use play dough mats to practice making the words eight and nine on the mats. They will also review other vocabulary numbers using different mats. Students will practice hand writing the vocabulary numbers as well.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Six to Ten Lesson 6-10. Students will write and read the numbers 8 and 9 and identify them to make matching sets of objects.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know and recognize writing numerals that describe numerals that describe the quantities 8 and 9.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use objects to show 4 and 5 in two parts.
Students will understand and know that there is more than one way to show a number.
Students will know how to use one to one correspondence to compare objects and decide whether one group has more, fewer, or the same number as another group.
Main Activity:
Students will have the Morning Message showing different pictures of objects making the numbers 8 and 9. Students will count out loud together and understand that the numbers 8 and 9 can be made up of different sets. Students will break into groups and do the Lima bean toss and record how they can make different colors to make numbers for 8 and 9 and record and show and compare to their peers.
Evaluation:
A teacher will be at the Lima Bean Toss center.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that the number 8 stands for 8 objects.
Main Activity:
Students will work at tables and have the number cards 8 and 9 to pick from. They will use their choice of manipulatives provided to make the number. They will then draw and record their findings.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and observe.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use objects to show 10 in two parts.
Main Activity:
Center- math activities. Students will roll Lima Beans and record how they can make different numbers up to 10. Students will paint the number 10 and draw pictures of different objects making 10. Students will use a two column graph with five cubes in one color and five in another. Students will label the column by using crayons that match the colors of their cubes. Students will take turns picking a different cube and then coloring it to show the different ways to make various a number.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and recognize the numeral 10.
Main Activity:
Center- math activities students will paint the number ten and also paint the vocabulary word for ten. They will paint ten objects. Students will work with play dough mats that show the number ten and use play dough to spell it out and write it and make ten things on it.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Review of the number 10.
Main Activity:
Students will know how to write and show the number nine and ten in two parts. They will use various different objects to show that it in different combinations the numbers 9 and 10 can be made up and shown in two parts.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 6 Comparing Numbers Lesson 1-4
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to compare two numbers using sets of objects and one to one correspondence to determine which number is greater and which is less.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will compare two numbers using sets of objects and one to one correspondence to determine which number is greater and which is less.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small groups and be able to choose objects from a table and describe two numbers by counting them one to one correspondence to show which number is greater and which is less than. Students will paint pictures showing greater than and less than and circle the picture that shows greater than and discuss why.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will understand that in a pair of numbers, the number that shows more is greater and the number that shows less is fewer.
Main Activity:
Students will sing Five little speckled frogs and discuss how as the song is sung the number becomes less not greater. Students will make a circle and teacher will have students place objects in two parts. Students will be able to discuss which part has a greater amount and which part has a lesser amount.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to make sets, count items in sets, and compare numbers in sets.
Main Activity:
Students will have a paper with two columns and will choose objects to put in each column. They will discuss which side has a greater amount and which side has a less amount. Students discuss and observe.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to model and compare to find numbers that are greater than and less than five. Students will be able to use 10 as a benchmark number to compare different numbers.
Main Activity:
Students will roll dice and compare which number is more or greater than and which number is less than and discuss. They will record answers on paper and write out the words greater and less than.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that by using counters to identify a number that is 2 more than or 1 or 2 fewer than another number.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small guided math groups and use counters to show and discuss numbers using the counters to help grasp the concept of numbers. They will be able to say which numbers are more by one or two counters and which numbers are less.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 7: Geometry Lesson 1-5 Students will know that a rectangle has four sides and four right angles.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to describe, identify, and compare squares to rectangles.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that a rectangle has four sides and four right angles.
Main Activity:
Students will use their bodies (four students ) to create and be able to describe a rectangle. Students will use white boards to draw their own rectangles during a whole group lesson. Teacher will describe what a right angle is and students will understand through drawing that a rectangle has two longer lines and two shorter lines to make it up. Students will paint rectangles during choice time.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the vocabulary words rectangle and square.
Main Activity:
Students will learn the vocabulary words for rectangle and square through play dough mats. They will use play dough to make both square and a rectangle and then practice writing the word in their math journals.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and be able to describe circles, and triangles, and know the vocabulary for each of them.
Main Activity:
During whole group students will use their bodies to make various shapes and use words to describe what kind of lines make up various shapes. Curvy or straight and straight slanted. Students will break up during centers and paint shapes.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and same shape.
Main Activity:
Students will discuss how to draw figures that are the same size and name. They will work in centers in the play dough center creating same size shapes, and another center will be their math notebooks drawing and labeling shapes. They will use shapes at a table and sort and discuss how they are different and same.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to use shapes to make other shapes.
Main Activity:
Students will cut and trace various different shapes and make a picture using at least four shapes.
Evaluation:
Students will show pictures to peers and name the shapes in them.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres. K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 7: Geometry Lesson 6-9
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know and be able to develop cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres and relate them to real life objects.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will now the vocabulary terms for sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, corner side, and edge.
Main Activity:
Students will collect items from home that are 3 dimensional shapes and we will start a museum of recycled shapes. Students will label and draw shapes in their notebooks and discuss with their peers.
Evaluation:
Students will discuss with teacher what each shape listed above is.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know which objects roll, stack, or slide on a flat surface and they will know the words roll, stack, and slide.
Main Activity:
Students will act out the words Stack, slide, and roll and be able to discuss how shapes either stack slide or roll. This will be a whole group activity where students are in a large circle and various students volunteer to act out the words.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to examine, trace, and describe flat and solid surfaces.
Main Activity:
Students will look at the math library of collections of 3 dimensional shapes and be able to use vocabulary words to describe them. Students will trace shapes and describe them.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will solve problems by using different objects to act them out.
Main Activity:
Students will act out various shapes and discuss whole group. Play dough activity with three dimensional mats will be used during centers and students will see the shapes in real pictures. They will name the shapes and try to use play dough to make them.
Evaluation:
Teacher will monitor and observe.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know 3- dimensional figures and be able to talk about what kind of surface they have.
Main Activity:
Review of 3 dimensional figures during Morning Whole group lesson and then math centers will all focus on doing activities with shapes such as painting them, tracing them, play dough mats and geoboards.
Evaluation:
Peers discuss with peers and teacher observes.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres. K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 8: Fractions and Ordinals lesson 1-6. Students will understand that the set of real numbers is infinite and ordered.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to fold and cut shapes into equal parts and then glue them together to make a whole shape.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will understand the vocabulary words equal and parts.
Main Activity:
Students will sit in a big circle and teacher will use a real object such as a sandwich to show it cut down the middle into equal parts. Students will also learn how if we put the sandwich back together it will become on part again. Students will look at various objects and notice how they can be broken in to equal parts.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the vocabulary terms half, and halves.
Main Activity:
Students will paint pictures of shapes and cut them down the middle and then glue them back together to make them whole again. They will do this throughout the week showing half and halves. Students will practice writing words in math notebooks and drawing pictures of what they mean using their own shapes.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use the terms first through fifth and learn the vocabulary term for each word.
Main Activity:
Students will use the calendar to verbally say each name starting with first, second, third, through fifth. Students will do a whole group lesson where they line first through fifth and use the words properly.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to divide a triangle and a cube into halves and then put them back together.
Main Activity:
Students will be given various shapes and they will color them and then cut them into halves. After they halve them they will glue them back together and discuss with teacher the parts.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to identify which objects in a row of ten things is in a given ordinal position.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups and use stuffed animals and line them up in a given ordinal position. They will discuss the numbers and take turns changing around the stuffed animals.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres. K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness. K.3.1.3 Use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in the real-world
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 9 Measurement Lesson 1-5. Students will know that objects in fact can be compared and ordered by length.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to compare and then put objects in order by size.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will compare and order sets of objects by size.
Main Activity:
Students will use our math museum collected objects and be able to make them into sets of objects according to size and discuss why they are in groups verbally as a whole group guided less by the teacher.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will understand and compare objects by lengths and know that they can be ordered and compared by length, capacity, and weight.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small group centers and compare objects by length, and also capacity and weight of an object. We will use many objects this week to discuss length and weight having the children use proper vocabulary while prompted by the teacher. They will have time to explore and discuss objects using vocabulary words.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to order a set of objects by length.
Main Activity:
Students will look at various objects and be able to put them into groups according to length. They will use math manipulatives provided on a math table and group them according to length.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to compare classroom and school objects by length using learned vocabulary terms to describe them.
Main Activity:
Students will use magazines to cut out pictures and group them according to same length. They will paint in the painting center objects that have the same length. Students will measure their bodies and compare who is closest in length.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to measure a length of something using connecting cubes.
Main Activity:
Students will choose ten different items to measure around the room using unifex cubes. They will work in pairs and draw pictures of their recordings and write down the number of cubes it took to measure the objects. Students will then compare and share during whole group follow up lesson.
Evaluation:
teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness. K.3.1.3 Use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in the real world. K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position. K.3.2.2 Order 2 or 3 objects using measurable attributes, such as length and weight.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 9 Measurement Lesson 6-10
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will compare containers by their capacity.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn to measure standards using nonstandard
Main Activity:
Students will measure objects using rulers and yarn and be able to discuss how they both can measure using a standard or non standard object to measure.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors class discussion.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will compare objects by weight.
Main Activity:
Students will use a scale to measure objects and discuss different weights.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to compare capacities and decide which container holds more and which container holds less and why.
Main Activity:
Students will use two different containers and fill them with various objects. Students will be able to discuss which container holds more and less and why. They will discuss how some objects weigh more than others and therefore it make the container heavier.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to measure capacity of things by using connecting cubes.
Main Activity:
Students will use small shoe boxes and fill them with unifex cubes. Students will decide how many connecting cubes it takes to fill the box. Students will work in groups of three during math centers.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to weigh different objects using a balance and connecting cubes.
Main Activity:
Students will use a choice of many different objects at the math table center to both weigh objects using scales and then unifex cubes to measure length. They will record answers in math journals.
Evaluation:
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position. K.3.2.2 Order 2 or 3 objects using measurable attributes, such as length and weight.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 10 Addition Lesson 1-3
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know and understand how to act out number stories that involve joining two groups.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the math vocabulary terms number story, join, and in all.
Main Activity:
During morning message teacher will demonstrate an addition story by using pictures on the white board and having kids verbally add them up. Teacher will discuss that in a story we can join two parts and use the vocabulary terms of how many we have in all. Students will then be encouraged to make up their own stories and have peers act them out.
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to use different types of counters to act out an addition problem.
Main Activity:
Students will work in small groups and use various counters to act out a story and use key vocabulary phrases to verbally add them up. They will make stories using two different amounts that add up to one sum.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will create addition stories using their classmates to show different groups in a number story. They will be able also draw their story on the board showing an addition written problem.
Main Activity:
Students will work with a teacher in a small group using play dough to create simple math stories. They will make objects and then verbally add them. Students will use counters at a different center and add up two separate groups to come up with a sum.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to use the word altogether verbally properly in an addition problem.
Main Activity:
Students will use paint center to paint out math problems. Teacher will assist and help write a math problem. We will make the paintings turn into a big class book of simple addition problems. Each child will share their page.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and observes.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that joining two parts make a whole is one interpretation of addition.
Main Activity:
Students will continue to use various objects to create a story where two parts counted together make one whole. Teacher will model a verbal story of two different parts using the white board to draw out the problem. Students will help add the two sums and get an answer for the addition problem. Students will then take turns making their own stories and teacher will chart them on chart paper.
Evaluation:
Students will be watched and monitored by the teacher.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 10 Addition Lesson 4-7. Students will learn the plus sign symbols (+) and start using it to join groups together when recording addition.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to join groups of counters to show a number story.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the vocabulary terms add, and plus sign.
Main Activity:
Students will continue to make addition stories only the teacher will now introduce the plus + sign and equal sign = while children are making stories. This will be done whole group and then during small groups teacher will assist with stories.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn that 3 and 4 is the same as 3+4.
Main Activity:
Students will do whole group lessons learning the vocabulary terms and be able to use them in math sentences. They will know that 2 and 3 is the same as 2+3 . Students will practice using manipulatives while writing simple math problems using learned vocabulary.
Evaluation:
Teacher will work in small groups with students to ensure they grasp concepts.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn and be able to identify the equal sign (=) add and write the sum.
Main Activity:
During Morning Message teacher will model ample math problems using + and = to make the problems. Students will then make their own problems in small groups working together and checking their peers work.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to solve addition word problems by drawing pictures of two groups and putting them together at the end of the story to show the whole number.
Main Activity:
Students will paint stories using two groups and a sum of the answer. They well also write with a pencil their numerical problem.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be about to join groups of counters to show a number story.
Main Activity:
Students will make number stories with counters and record them. They will share them with their peers and then transfer their stories to paper by writing down their problem using learned vocabulary terms + and = as they write their stories.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
– Topic 11: Subtraction Lesson 5-7. Students will know how to use the equal (=), subtract, and write the difference
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
– Students will be able to use counters and other classroom objects to act out subtraction stories using both the minus and equal sign.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make stories acting them out using various props around the room.
Main Activity:
During morning message the teacher will write a message about a story that has a subtraction problem in it. Students will learn the minus symbol as well as the equal symbol. Students will then help brainstorm more stories using subtraction and equal symbols with the guidance of the teacher. Students will be asked to act out stories. Example four chickens were jumping in the street and three fell over. How many jumping chickens were left. 4 -3 =1. The teacher will chart the subtraction stories for the week.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to write and solve subtraction sentences to represent take away situations.
Main Activity:
Students will go to the math center and have many various manipulatives to choose from to create subtraction stories. They will draw pictures and write the math sentence under it.
Evaluation:
Students will share their stories with other peers.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to act out and solve word problems and be able to write the answers down on paper.
Main Activity:
DStudents will do more whole group guided math subtraction problem sentences with the teacher. Teacher will chart the stories that the students create.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to solve subtraction problems and act them out.
Main Activity:
Students will use tape to make the minus sign while recording subtraction problems. They will use cubes and tape and writing paper to make subtraction train sentences.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big class book writing subtraction stories.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups and come up with a silly subtraction sentence. Students groups will each work on one page and write the sentence using the math symbols to make a subtraction math story. Students will illustrate their page and share it with the class in the authors chair when the book is assembled.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
–Topic 12: Larger Numbers Lesson 1-5. Students will write the numerals that describe the numbers and quantities 11 and 12.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
– Students will practice and be able to learn the written numbers thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will recognize and write the numerals that describe the numbers and quantities 11 and 12.
Main Activity:
Students will be counting with all sorts of counters up to larger numbers this week. They will work at a math center and count out counters to the numbers 11 and 12 and then practice copying the real number on a small white board.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and be able to recognize the numbers that describe 13, 14, and 15.
Main Activity:
Students will work in math groups and use paint and cotton tops and paint small colored dots of numbers 13, 14, and 15. They will then use tiled letters prepared by the teachers to write the names using letters under their painted dots.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will practice and learn the numbers thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen.
Main Activity:
Students will work in a math center and read books with numbers thirteen through fifteen. Students will take post it notes and copy the numbers and stick them in the book. Students till then use counters and count out the numbers to match their written number.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will recognize and learn the numbers that describe the quantities 16-20 and be able to learn and recognize the written numbers as well.
Main Activity:
Students will use various counters and count numbers from 16-20. They will then work in groups on a page to draw their counters on a big book page. They will write the number and numerals.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will recognize the quantities 11-20.
Main Activity:
Students will continue working on the class big book of numbers and share as a class each group their page after the book is finished and put together.
Evaluation:
TKids read and comment about students pages.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
–Topic 12 Lessons 6-12
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
– Students will be able to count and write to 100 using the hundred chart.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to count and write to 100 using the hundreds chart.
Main Activity:
Students will count to 100 during calendar. Students will break up into math centers and have paper available to write the numbers 1-100. Teacher will note which students needs assistance and which can do it solo on their own .
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to count groups of 10, up to 10, and write how many.
Main Activity:
Students will be able to skip count by 2’s and 5’s. Students will be asked to count by 2’s during calendar and also 5’s. This is done on a regular basis. Students clean up by counting by 2’s and 5’s. Students will have a sheet of paper with the numbers 1-100. They will be asked to shade in skip counting by 2’s. Students will then sing a u-tube song on skip counting by 2’s and 5’s.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know what a hundred chart is and use it to recognize patterns of 2’s. Students will do the same for 5’s at a different time during centers.
Main Activity:
Students will use a hundred chart to put stickers first skip counting by 2’s then fives. This will take up to two days to complete.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will solve and be able to solve problems by looking for a pattern.
Main Activity:
Students will look for patterns in problems and be able to solve them. Teacher will work at math stations helping guide students to work on given worksheets. Students will find the pattern.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to understand using objects to skip count by 2 and by 5.
Main Activity:
Students will watch Jack Harman short U-tube videos of skip counting by 2’s and 5’s and act it out and do the activities shown in the video. Students will do this several time and then be asked to chant sing counting by 2’s and 5’s.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Topic 13 Money. Students will know the names of all coins and their value.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to know the value of a nickel and some pennies.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn the names of all the coins and their values.
Main Activity:
Teacher will introduce a penny. Students will have pictures of it up on the board. Students will have actual pennies. Teacher will teach kids that a penny is equal to 1 cent. Students will each get a small handful of pennies and count. Each student will then write how many pennies they have on a piece of paper.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that a nickel is equal to 5 pennies.
Main Activity:
Students will look at pictures of nickels and discuss. They will be given actually nickels and count how many two nickels equal. Teacher will continue to add a nickel as the class counts. They will connect that counting nickels is the same as counting by 5’s. Teacher will have a center during math centers that has nickels and pennies. Students will choose small handfuls and try to count them.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and observes and assists.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will identify a dime and know its worth.
Main Activity:
Students will be shown pictures of dimes. Students will use actual dimes and know that they represent 10 pennies. Students will count dimes. Teacher will assist. Students will notice that counting dimes is the same as counting by 10’s.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that money is used to buy things.
Main Activity:
Students will have a buying and selling station where they use arts and crafts and paper to create objects to sell and tags to write prices on them. Students will first just create this center and build it up and then as time goes by students will use actual money to purchase and sell items. Students will have this as an ongoing center for a few weeks.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
: Students will know that money is used to buy items.
Main Activity:
Students will work on buying and selling items in the money center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Money Students will explore and use money.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to count simple coins.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn the names of all the coins and their values.
Main Activity:
Students will work at centers using coins. They will pick a paper from a hat and try to make that amount using coins.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use money to buy things
Main Activity:
Students will have an ongoing center where they use recycled goods to make things. They will have price tags on the items. Students will take turns buying things using real coins
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will identify a dime and know its value, and find the value of a given set of coins.
Main Activity:
Students will have a pile of dimes to use. They will count by tens as high as they can.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will play with coins.
Main Activity:
Students will make things to sell at the set up store center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big book of things to buy at a store
Main Activity:
Students will make pictures of their favorite things to sell. Students will work in groups to write and illustrate what they are making for the class big book. Students will work together and read book to class when they are done.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
- Money. Students will know and identify which event takes more or less time.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know the order of events in which a sequence of events occur.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and identify which event takes more or less
Main Activity:
Students will have a class discussion and the teacher will write down different events that happen. The teacher will focus on the length of the various events and discuss which ones take longer and which ones take shorter amounts. They will then pick two picture cards from a hat and decide which picture would take more time and which picture would take less time.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use analog clocks and practice making different times using the big hand and the small hand to show time by the hour.
Main Activity:
Teacher will model how to use a clock. Students will work in math centers and use the analog clocks. They will flip over a card that tells what time to make and students will make it. They will work in pairs and check each other work.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to write the time in another way to show times of everyday events.
Main Activity:
Students will make a daily time line showing what time they wake up, eat lunch, and go to bed.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make clocks.
Main Activity:
Students will make clocks using brads and practice telling time.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors
Learning and Language Objectives:
Student will make a sequence of events using folding paper.
Main Activity:
Students will fold paper into a piece of paper into four squares. They will draw a sequence of events. They will name the time for each event (on the hour). Students will share their events with their peers.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
- Time. Students will use know and identify which event takes more or less time.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to tell time on the hour.
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Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use a clock and make time by the hour.
Main Activity:
Students will use a clock and make time by the hour. They will pick from a basket of various times and make it on their clock.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will read The Very Grouchy Ladybug and discuss the times.
Main Activity:
Teacher will read the Very Grouch Lady bug and discuss the different times. The teacher will write down all the different times on a large piece of chart paper. Students will draw pictures of what happens at that time.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big book making a sequence of events and writing down the time of them on the hour.
Main Activity:
Students will make an alternative story to The Very Grouchy Ladybug and illustrate it and write down the various different times that events take place.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will work on Big Book of Time.
Main Activity:
Students will continue working on their big books. They will share when they are finished
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to tell time on the hour.
Main Activity:
Students will do a pocket chart activity matching clock pictures to numerical time.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Months and Seasons. Students will know and name the months of the year and the days of the week.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will understand the terms yesterday, today, and tomorrow and be able to use them correctly.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the names and months of the year as well as the days of the week.
Main Activity:
Calendar focusing on all the above daily objectives is done on a daily basis. During centers students will pretend to be teachers and do the calendar for their math group.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to put the days of the week in order.
Main Activity:
Students will use pocket chart activity with prepared days of the week on cards. They will be asked to put them in order from Monday through Sunday. They can look at the calendar if they need assistance.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that all 7 days have the same amount of time.
Main Activity:
Through discussion and guided questions students will know that all the days of the week have the same exact amount in each day.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big book using the days of the week as a page for each book.
Main Activity:
Students will brainstorm the 7 days of the week and make a page for each day. It will be a class book that goes into the library. Students will work in groups to write and illustrate each page.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will finish big book about the days of the week.
Main Activity:
Students will finish big book about the days of the week and share in the author’s chair.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Seasons. Students will know the four seasons of the year.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Seasons Students will know the four seasons of the year.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the seasons of the year.
Main Activity:
During calendar students will practice the seasons of the year. Teacher will have laminated cards of the months of the year prepared and students will be called 12 at a time to take a card and with the help of the class put them in order.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the seasons of the year.
Main Activity:
Students will know the seasons of the year through a song. They will then have pictures to look at and be able to tell the difference between the seasons.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will choose a favorite season and write about it and illustrate it.
Main Activity:
Students will choose a favorite season and draw and write about it.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big book of seasons and write facts about each season.
Main Activity:
Students will make a big book of seasons and write facts about each of them.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a big book about seasons.
Main Activity:
Students will make a big book of seasons. They will work in groups to write and illustrate facts about different seasons.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.2.1.1 Identify, create, complete, and extend simple patterns using shape, color, size, number, sounds and movements. Patterns may be repeating, growing or shrinking such as ABB, ABB, ABB or ●,●●,●●●. K.3.2.2 Order 2 or 3 objects using measurable attributes, such as length and weight.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Graphing. Students will know what it means to use one to one correspondence to compare two groups and determine whether one has fewer or as many or more than another group.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to use a graph to organize collected data and answer a question from it.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to organize data in a bar graph and answer a question from it.
Main Activity:
Students will have a graph set up on a piece of chart paper about favorite pets. They will choose a favorite pet and shade in the bar graph. After everybody has shaded in bar graphs they will decide which animal is the most popular, least, etc.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make their own bar graph.
Main Activity:
Students will choose different ideas and make their own bar graph. Students will then walk around the classroom and ask various peers to answer. They will then write a sentence about it.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a picture graph.
Main Activity:
During centers students will make a picture graph.
Evaluation:
Students will make a picture graph during math center.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a graph by picking cards.
Main Activity:
Students will make a graph by picking cards and graphing the numbers on a self made graph.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will play the topic game of the week at a center.
Main Activity:
Students will play the topic game of a week at a center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures. K.3.1.3 Use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in the real world.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Graph. Students will be able to make and use a graph.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know _________.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to make and use graphs.
Main Activity:
Students will choose several hobbies and make a graph from them. After they make their graphs they will go around and ask their friends to choose a favorite hobby.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Student will use a graph
Main Activity:
Students will have a graph ready for them when they enter class. It will be about favorite colors. Students will be asked shade in the bar graph their favorite color. During morning message students will discuss which color they chose, which color was the most popular, least popular or the same.
Evaluation:
Students will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will write graphs in their journals.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups to come up with a fun graph. Each group will make up a graph. They will work together to make it nice. Students will have the students work together to create graphs and then walk around and have peers answer graph questions.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a graph in their journal.
Main Activity:
Students will make a graph in their journal and have peers answer it. They will write a sentence about the response.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will have a dramatic play center.
Main Activity:
Students will have a dramatic play center and use tally marks to sign into which costume they used and what they played.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will know that objects in fact can be compared and ordered by length, capacity, and weight. Students will compare and order sets of objects by size.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will understand and compare objects by lengths and know that they can be ordered and compared by length, capacity, and weight.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know what length and width stand for.
Main Activity:
Students will revisit measuring using non standard units. They will each have their body traced on a large sheet of paper. Each student will measure themselves using creative non standard measurements such as hands, unifex cubes etc. They will write in post it notes their recordings.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will measure the length and width of various objects.
Main Activity:
Students will continue to measure themselves using non standard measurement units. They will then measure their friends traced out bodies and write post it notes.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will measure things in nature.
Main Activity:
Students will use rulers to measure things in the playground. They will use a clipboard and paper and pencil to mark their recordings.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will discuss which things are longer and shorter using vocabulary math words.
Main Activity:
Students will make a big math book comparing and contrasting various brainstormed subjects.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will finish big book of comparing and contrasting using math vocabulary.
Main Activity:
Students will finish big book of comparing and contrasting length.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.2.1 Use words to compare objects according to length, size, weight and position. K.3.2.2 Order 2 or 3 objects using measurable attributes, such as length and weight.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will know that a rectangle has four sides and four right angles.
Students will be able to describe and compare squares and rectangles.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know that shapes when added to other shapes can create something.
Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and the same shape.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that a rectangle has four sides and four right angles.
Main Activity:
Students will be shown all kinds of different rectangular shapes and teacher will have a guided discussion about angles and sides. Students will then use rulers to make their own rectangles and show the right angles.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that shapes when added to other shapes can create something. Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and the same shape.
Main Activity:
Students will have a prepared group activity where the teacher has all sorts of shapes cut out different sizes and different colors. Students will volunteer to come up and name the shape and try to make some sort of creation from it.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and the same shape.
Main Activity:
Students will be asked to talk about how alike and different. Teacher will draw shapes on the board and draw them differently first and have kids describe them. Then teacher will draw two sides of a shape the same. Students will break up into math centers. They will use markers to draw shapes with same designs on both sides when the shape is divided down the middle.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know what symmetry is and be able to draw shapes with symmetry.
Main Activity:
Students will be told what symmetry stands for. Teacher will have students cut out and trace butterflies and put paint on one side, then close it, when they reopen it, both sides will be exactly the same and this will show them symmetry.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will cut out various shapes and draw symmetry and both sides of them.
Main Activity:
Students will each do a detailed picture of symmetry from a traced shape of their choice. They will write the definition of symmetry on it and the teacher will make a book out of it.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.3.1.1 Recognize basic two- and three-dimensional shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, trapezoids, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres. K.3.1.2 Sort objects using characteristics such as shape, size, color and thickness. K.3.1.3 Use basic shapes and spatial reasoning to model objects in the real world.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will know and understand how to act out number stories that involve joining two groups.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know the math vocabulary terms number story, join, and in all.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn how to use language such as same as and how many. Students will use counters to add two different groups.
Main Activity:
Students will work whole circle and pick from a hat a card that will have pictures of various objects. For example 2 cats. Students will pick another picture. They will be prompted to say a sentence and add both pictures up to discuss how many there are all together.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use counters to help act out their number stories.
Main Activity:
Students will use counters to help act out and solve given math problems.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will add various objects around the room.
Main Activity:
Students will use the classroom to find things to add and make addition sentences from.
Evaluation:
Teacher will monitor and assist.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that by clapping and adding a rhythm they are adding on to the number.
Main Activity:
Students will sit in a circle. The teacher will discuss how when we clap and add a rhythm it is the same as adding a number. We will take turns making clapping patterns. Students will follow. They will count each time they add a rhythm and discuss.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that joining two parts make a whole is one interpretation of addition.
Main Activity:
Teacher will cut up various fruits into halves and thirds. Teacher will lead a guided lesson modeling how when you add the parts together they become whole. Students will each get to peel and orange and take it apart and then put it back together. They will grasp the concept that they have made it whole.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will know how to write and solve subtraction sentences to represent take-away situations.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will act out subtraction or take away problems.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use the equal (=), subtract, and write the difference.
Main Activity:
Teacher will model various problems of acting out taking away and chart them on chart paper. Students will take turns acting out take away stories while the teacher writes the numerical sentence on the chart paper.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to use counters and other classroom objects to act out subtraction stories using both the minus and equal sign.
Main Activity:
Students will work in math center groups and use counters. They will have a paper with three boxes and a minus sign between the first two boxes and = sign between last two boxes. Students will use counters at a table and draw their pictures in the boxes and show the numerical story via pictures.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to act out and solve subtraction word problems and be able to write the answers down on paper
Main Activity:
Students will sit in morning circle and discuss the vocabulary term for minus and equals. Students will come up with verbal stories to act out and use their bodies to show the story.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to write and solve subtraction sentences to represent take-away situations.
Main Activity:
Students will be given a formatted sheet modeling minus and equal sign. Students will use counters from around the room to make math problems.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to act out and solve subtraction word problems and be able to write the answers down on paper.
Main Activity:
Students will use play dough mats pre laminated showing take away problems. They will use play dough to show their work and then act it out with counters.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will review and practice subtraction.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will be able to use counters and other classroom objectives to act out subtraction stories using both the minus and equal sign.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to use the equal (=), subtract, and write the difference.
Main Activity:
Students will have a math table set up. They will be asked to use manipulatives to act out various subtraction stories.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to act out and solve subtraction word problems and be able to write answers down on paper.
Main Activity:
Students will continue to work at a table filled with fun and different sorts of objects. They will have their math notebooks and be asked to write and draw various take away subtraction stories using the equal and minus sign.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will use manipulatives to make subtraction stories.
Main Activity:
Students will use manipulatives to make subtraction stories they will use objects and write sentences about them.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make a subtraction take away book.
Main Activity:
Students will make a big book of funny subtraction stories both acting them out and using manipulatives.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will finish big book.
Main Activity:
Students will work on big math take away book.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20. K.1.1.4 Find a number that is 1 more or 1 less than a given number. K.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers, with and without objects, from 0 to 20. K.1.2.1 Use objects and draw pictures to find the sums and differences of numbers between 0 and 10. K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
– Students will recognize and write the numerals that describe the numbers and quantities 11
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know ____________.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
This is a review week for recognizing numerals and writing numbers through 11.
Main Activity:
Students will write down the numbers 1-11 and find the written numbers throughout the classroom. They will write them down. Students will work in centers matching written numbers to objects.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will practice writing and recognizing numerals and writing them through 11.
Main Activity:
Students will have many different math books at the math center. They will look through them and find out as many words as they can find that are written numerals. They will write them in their math journals.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will write the numerals 0-11.
Main Activity:
During morning message students will write numbers 0-11. They will have a table filled with different objects that they can use to write the numbers. Students will match the number to chosen objects and make a picture of all their numerals.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students make a big book of numerals and draw pictures to match them.
Main Activity:
Students will work in groups to make pictures and numerals that correspond with them. Students will work in groups to each do a numeral or two.
Evaluation:
Students watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will finish big book of numerals.
Main Activity:
Students will continue to work in groups to finish their pages of numerals and corresponding objects. They will share their pages for each book in the author’s chair.
Evaluation:
Student watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes.
K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Larger Numbers. Students will recognize and write the numerals that describe the numbers and quantities 11through 20.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know and recognize and be able to write the numbers that describe 13, 14, and 15. Students will practice and learn the numbers thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will recognize and write the numerals that describe the quantities 16-20 and be able to learn and recognize the written numbers as well.
Main Activity:
Students will do a morning message circle focusing on written numbers 0-16. Students will have written cards with the numbers written out prepared by the teacher. They will be asked to volunteer and line up in order of the numbers. Students will then take turns acting out lining up with number cards. They will then mix crazily and then do it again in order.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will write the numbers 11-20 and be able to recognize them.
Main Activity:
Students will work in centers today. One will be acting out numbers using cards. The next center will be writing math shop students will rainbow write the numbers and practice.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students we work towards reading and writing numbers 11-20.
Main Activity:
Students will have a morning message circle focusing on written numbers 11-20. Students will do a pocket chart activity putting number word cards in order from 11-20.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will recognize and write the numerals that describe the numbers and quantities 11through 20.
Main Activity:
Student will use play dough mats with the numbers 11-20 written on them. They will use play dough to show the numbers 11-20 making various objects that the play dough mats ask for.
Evaluation:
Teacher will watch and monitor.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know and recognize and be able to write the numbers that describe 13, 14, and 15.Students will practice and learn the numbers thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen.
Main Activity:
Evaluation:
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.1.1 Recognize that a number can be used to represent how many objects are in a set or to represent the position of an object in a sequence. K.1.1.2 Read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 31. Representations may include numerals, pictures, real objects and picture graphs, spoken words, and manipulatives such as connecting cubes. K.1.1.3 Count, with and without objects, forward and backward to at least 20.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
– Review of Patterns. Students will know how to compare and contrast patterns that are different and alike. Students will know how to solve problems by looking or and using the repeating parts to describe the pattern.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
– _____________.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to grasp the concept that some patterns are made up of units that repeat.
Main Activity:
Students will do morning calendar and be aware of patterns. Students will act out patterns of tricolored things. Students will sit in a large circle and make a create and different ways to act out rhythm patterns. Students will volunteer and take turns. During centers students will make patterns using unifex cubes and then act them out with partners.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to read pattern books and retell the story in their own words making a pattern as they tell the story.
Main Activity:
Students will read pattern stories and then break into groups and make pattern books. They will retell stories making a pattern as you tell your story.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to same and different patterns using hands on manipulatives. Students will be able to identify sound and movement patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will act out sound and movement pattern created by the teacher. Teacher will guide all students in a circle and create a pattern going around the circle choosing as many as five different students to make a movement to add to the pattern. Teacher will write the letters to the patterns, and numbers and review.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to compare and contrast patterns that are different and alike.
Main Activity:
Students will make patterns in groups during centers. They will be guided by the teacher at that center. They will then work together to make the pattern wrong and discuss why it is wrong. Students will discuss what is right and wrong and why.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to identify and extend shape patterns.
Students will be able to solve word problems by looking for and comparing repeating parts of patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will free explore work at a math center with paper and many different style card board cut out shapes to make and create long and fun extended wild patterns.
Evaluation:
Peers share their work.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
K.1.2.2 Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures. K.2.1.1 Identify, create, complete, and extend simple patterns using shape, color, size, number, sounds and movements. Patterns may be repeating, growing or shrinking such as ABB, ABB, ABB or ●,●●,●●●.
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Students will know that a rectangle has four sides and four right angles. Students will be able to describe and compare squares and rectangles.
Students will know what symmetry is and be able to draw shapes with symmetry.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and the same shape.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know the vocabulary words rectangle, and square.
Students will know and be able to describe circles and triangles, and know the vocabulary word for each of them.
Main Activity:
Students will be able to describe, identify, and compare squares to rectangles.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to draw squares and rectangles.
Students will be able to draw and recognize a circle with no sides, and draw and recognize a
Main Activity:
Students will have a table filled with shapes and also shape patterns. Students will make and create objects made from shapes. They will make then write about their math shape object in their journal.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that shapes when added to other shapes can create something.
Main Activity:
Evaluation:
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know how to draw figures that are the same size and the same shape.
Main Activity:
Students will draw objects that are the same size and shape using given patterns. They will name and discuss shapes with their friends.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will know that a triangle with three sides.Students will be able to use shapes to make other shapes.
Main Activity:
During Morning Message students will discuss triangles and notice and talk about how they have three straight sides. During centers students will look at books that make shapes from other shapes. Students will discuss what shapes they made.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
Review addition and subtraction. Students will work on addition and subtraction problems through making a take home book.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will add and subtract problems by making books.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn what the plus sign symbols (+) and start using it to join groups when recording addition. Students will know the vocabulary terms add, and plus sign.
Main Activity:
Students will review sign symbols for addition and during centers work in groups to create math problems.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn that 3 and 4 is the same as 3+4.
Main Activity:
Students will make simple math addition problems adding numbers to make simple math sentences. As their numbers get bigger they are encouraged to use manipulatives that will be provided at a math center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will learn and be able to identify the equal sign (=) add and write the sum. Students will know the equal terms for equal sign and sum.
Main Activity:
Students will start making an individual math story book that is based on humor. They will make sentences of very funny things both added and subtracted using learned skills and imagination.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will be able to join groups of counters to show a number story. Students will be able to solve addition word problems by drawing pictures of two groups and putting them together at the end of the story to show the whole number.
Main Activity:
Students will continue working on individual math book using learned skills.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will finish funny math book.
Main Activity:
Students will finish their funny math book and share with their peers and write questions and comments.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Materials / Resources (including technology)
State of Minnesota Standards Covered
Weekly Informational Knowledge Overview - (Students will know...)
– Review week on addition, subtraction, time, money, patterns.
Weekly Procedural Knowledge Overview - (Students will be able to...)
Students will have a group review on many learned skills this year.
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Friday
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will review extended patterns.
Main Activity:
Students will make extended patterns. They will create them AABC, 1123, sound and movement style. They will know that all patterns can be noted using different symbols. Students will work at math centers today making patterns using different means.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make addition problems acting them out.
Main Activity:
Students will use various manipulatives to act out math addition problems at the math center.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Students will make subtraction stories using manipulatives.
Main Activity:
Students will use manipulatives to make subtraction problems. They will work with peers to collaborate and make subtraction sentences.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Review of Time.
Main Activity:
Students will use a math stamp of a clock and write and draw about what they do during their daily day.
Evaluation:
Teacher watches and monitors.
Learning and Language Objectives:
Free choice day using manipulatives.
Main Activity:
Free choice using math manipulatives, free explore.