BOOK

Emergent Learning Series

Nursery

1

Emergent Learning Series Math Playgroup (3-4year)

Curriculum & Content Designed by Aneela Shabbir Sania Tanveer

Design & Illustration by Asim Hussain

ISBN 978-969-7603-02-2 Edition 1st 2015

All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or copied in any form, without the written permission from the publishers. Produced in Pakistan 60-B1 Johar Town, Lahore Tel: 042-35177779 Email: info@bookline.com website: www.bookline.com

BOOK

Emergent Learning Series

Nursery

1

Unit

Page

Unit 1

4-11

Unit 2

12-21

Titles

Skills

Awareness of different expressions like happy, sad, scared and angry

Ÿ

Unit 3

22-27

Skills

Unit 4

28-42

Skills

Classify objects Sort objects Observe similarities and differences

Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Identify & observe positions Develop critical thinking Awareness of spatial relations

Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Unit 5

43-47

Skills

Ÿ

Unit 6

48-53

Skills Ÿ Ÿ

Unit 7

54-115

Develop the skill of logical ordering Recognizing different pattern

Skills

Recognize numerals Rote counting Ability to count verbally Understand one-to-one correspondence Ÿ Observe numbers on different objects in daily life. Ÿ Explore numbers in their surroundings. Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Unit

Page

Unit 9

114-119

Titles Skills Ÿ Ÿ

Unit 10

120-125

Develop fine motor skills Recognize different timings and tasks of a day

Skills

Develop good financial skills from an early age Ÿ Develop the sense of money use Ÿ Critical thinking Ÿ

Unit 11

126-153

Skills

Learning objectives

Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Identify & observe positions Develop critical thinking Awareness of spatial relations

To introduce feelings and facial expression. To recognize and correspond to each expression To introduce , recognize and identify the concept of few/more, positions, directions To introduce concept of sequencing & development of differentiating objects and logical thinking. Identify numbers 0-10. Read numbers 0 - 10 in numerals. Count and relate numbers 0- 10 with objects. Trace numbers 0-10 in numerals. Use one-to-one correspondence and counting skill in counting objects 0-10. Match groups of objects 0- 10. Count in sequence 0-10. To introduce time and its recognition To introduce the money & its value To recognize coins and rupeesTo reinforce all concepts

Introduction Mathematics education is vital foundation for future mathematics maths is a key skill which children need to acquire for use in their everyday life. There are plenty of opportunities to develop children’s maths skills through carrying out simple activities and daily routines. Specific activities are selected from mathematical focused areas: number recognition, number formation addiction telling time, shoes weight and measurement.

About The Book Emergent learning maths series (nursery) has been divided in two parts. Emergent maths series has focused on variety of skills consist of numeral identification (from 11 to 30), one to one correspondence, sorting and classifying and comparison. Emergent learning maths series has been designed to bring hands on fun and enjoyment to maths. It has been designed with powerful learning opportunities in the Maths. It is said that mind is like a parachute, functions only when it is open and emergent learning Maths series is a series of books meant to develop child’s ability of logical and rational thinking sharpen his mind. This series consist of number of interactive activities and their practice that will promote child’s comfort with skills provided. to increase child’s confidence when working with maths and number concept. Instruction for teachers have been given at the end of each concept with classroom activities (where possible) that will help children learn these crucial concepts.

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Review We have learnt numbers 1-10

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Sing number songs with students. Play numbers game.

Review Number with their names

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One

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Five

Help students to numbers with their names and their spellings.

03

Review Number with their names

6 7

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Six 11

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LVL

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30

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Seven

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Eight

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Nine

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Ten Help students to numbers with their names and their spellings.

Shapes Draw a line to match things that are similar in shapes

05

Review Pot the flowers in their numberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pot. Match, one has done for you.

1 Five

3 Two

5 One

2 Three

6 Six 06

Help students to learn members in words. Repeat the spellings with students to memorize them.

Review & Access Read number names Draw dots and write numbers one has done for you.

One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Zero Help students to read numbers name draw dots and write numbers in given place.

1

07

How many? Count and Write

08

Help students to learn members in words. Repeat the spellings with students to memorize them.

How many?

Help students to read numbers name draw dots and write numbers in given place.

09

Review Look into the garden. Count the given things and write in their numbers in boxes.

10

I can see

girls.

I can see

boys.

I can see

crow.

I can see

flowers.

I can see

butterflies.

I can see

cats.

Bring students in school garden. Ask them about things and their number. Ask them to count flowers, pots or anything available.

Review Write numbers in correct order.

Sing a song 1 to 10 with students. Ask them to write numbers in correct order.

11

Review Count & Write How many cycle Ali has? write

1 cycle. Ahmed has ....... Ali has ...... cycle.

12

Tell students to recall, if someone has nothing what it means. Do classroom activity to clear 0 concept.

Review One to one respondence Math the things that go together.

Help students to match correct things together. Give them daily life things example that go together e.g: tooth brush and paste.

13

Review Number line: Look at numbers given on number line and draw stars accordingly. One has done for you.

1

14

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8

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Draw a number line on board draw stars under numbers and ask students to count and write the numbers.

10

Colour your number Write number 1-10 with different colour pencils in boxes.

Direct students to write number 1-10 in order. Read aloud counting in classroom.

15

Forward or Backward Counting

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3

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10 9

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4 3 2 1

8 9 10

Tell students that we can read counting backward also. Give them verbal practice.

What comes before? One to one respondence Math the things that go together.

4 2

6

10 8

Court from 1-10 in class before the activity.

17

What comes between Write missing numbers.

1 3

5 7

3 5 7 9

18

8 10

Explain the activity to students that there are ducks in pond. Their number are missing. Write and complete them. Help them to count in sequence.

What comes before? Write the missing numbers.

2

4

6

8

10 Ask students to count numbers in sequence to fill the missing ones. Sing counting song 1-10 before activity.

19

Counting backwards and forwards Fill in the missing numbers according backwards and forwards.

0

0 20

Explain the activity to students that there are ducks in pond. Their number are missing. Write and complete them. Help them to count in sequence.

Number Pattern Wisdom Complete given of number patterns.

0,

, 2,

5,

, 6, 7,

9,

, 7,

3,

, 1,

Ask students to count numbers in sequence to fill the missing ones. Sing counting song 1-10 before activity.

21

Learning Number 11 There are ‘11’ birds.

11 Eleven Eleven

22

Listen counting from 1-10 then introduce number ‘11’. Show them 10 pencils, ask them to count, add 1 more pencil. Now ask about the total pencils

Circle the number 11 Identify and circle number 11.

11

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Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 11 as they circle.

23

Cupcake Party Count the cupcakes Draw one cherry on each cupcake and colour.

24

Ask do they like to eat cupcake? Ask them to count the cherries when they finish.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-11) and see what can keep you warm in winters.

5 3

6

4 2

7 9

8 10

1 11 0

Tell students about winter season before starting the activity. Ask them about winter season by questioning that what do you do in winters to get warmer?

25

Candies Jar There are candies in the jar. Colour the candies with the number 11.

11 11 9 10 7 11

11 11 8 6 11 5 11

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11

11

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11

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11

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11

11

Bring candies jar & candies in class. Put candies in the jar one by one & ask students to count. Distribute candies among students.

Write the number ‘11’ Join the dots in order (0-11) and see what can keep you warm in winters.

11

11

11

11

Eleven

11

11

11

11

11

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11

11

11

11

11

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘11’ and circle the correct group. practice learning number ‘11’ by counting objects.

27

Practice Write number ‘11’.

11 Eleven Eleven

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11

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11

11

11

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11

11

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11

Write ‘11’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-11 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘11’ in words.

Eleven Eleven Eleven Eleven

Write word ‘eleven’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘eleven’ with correct spelling.

29

Learning Number 12 There are ‘12’ girls.

12 Twelve Twelve

30

Listen counting from 1-11 then introduce number ‘12’. Ask them to sing song with you till ‘1 to 12’.

Circle the number 12 Identify and circle number 12.

11 12

12 11

10 8

12 10

12

5

10

9

7 12 6

12

12 10 5 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 12 as they circle.

10

8 11

8

8

9

9

11

9 12 7 10 9 11 8 12

31

Yummy Yummy Ice Cream Count the Ice Creams Draw one stick under ice cream & colour.

32

Ask about their favourite ice cream flavours. Ask them to count the ice cream sticks when they finish.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-12) and see what can take you up in the sky.

7

6

8

5 9 4 10 3 11

2 1 0

12

Tell students about air balloon before starting activity. Draw it on the board & ask them â&#x20AC;&#x153;have you seen air balloon in cartoons?â&#x20AC;?

33

Fish in the sea There are few fish in the sea. Colour the fish with the number 12.

12

12

12 11

12 11

12

12

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12

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12

12

12

Bring candies jar & candies in class. Put candies in the jar one by one & ask students to count. Distribute candies among students.

Write the number ‘11’ Write the number.

12

12

12

12

Twelve

12

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12

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Circle group with twelve objects.

Help students to write number ‘12’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘12’ by counting objects.

35

Practice Write number ‘12’.

12 Twelve Twelve

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Write ‘12’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-12 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘12’ in words.

Twelve Twelve

Twelve

Write word ‘eleven’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘eleven’ with correct spelling.

Twelve

37

Learning Number 13 There are ‘13’ Octopuses

13 Thirteen

38

Listen counting from 1 to 12 then introduce number ‘13’. Bring ‘13’ lollipops in class. Paste them on the board with tape. Ask students to count lollipops to get them.

Circle the number 13 Identify and circle number 13.

11 12

11 13 8

12 13 9 5 13 12 6 13 12 10 13 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 13 as they circle.

10 13 9 8 10 11

8 13 12

11

13 10 9 12 7 9 11 13 12

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Candleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Flame Count the Candels Draw one flame on each candle and colour.

42

Ask students to count the canles. Draw a candle and its flame on the board. Tell students facts about candles like candles is a source of light.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-13) and see who is the king of jungle.

1

0

2

13

3

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12

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10 7 9

8

Ask students that do they know who is king of the jungle? Do you like lion? Draw the picture of a lion on board.

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Star Night There are stars on sky. Colour the stars with the number 13.

13 11

13

12 10

13 12

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13

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Bring candies jar & candies in class. Put candies in the jar one by one & ask students to count. Distribute candies among students.

Write the number ‘13’ Write the number.

13

13

13

13

Thirteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘13’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘13’ by counting objects.

45

Practice Write number ‘13’

13 Thirteen

13

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13

13

13

13

Write ‘13’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-13 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘13’ in words.

Thirteen Thirteen

Thirteen

Write word ‘thirteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘thirteen’ with correct spelling.

47

Learning Number 14 There are ‘14’ Pencils

14 Fourteen

48

Listen counting from 1 to 13 then introduce number ‘14’. Bring ‘14’ erasers and two boxes in class. One box should be empty. Ask students to count the erasers while putting in empty box.

Circle the number 14 Identify and circle number 14.

10

11 12 8

14 13

14

11

9 5

14

10

13 14

8

12

14 6 13 14 10 13 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 13 as they circle.

11

9 8 11 11

13

9 14

10 12 7 13

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Flower Vase Count the vases Draw one flower on each vase and colour.

50

Ask students to count the canles. Draw a candle and its flame on the board. Tell students facts about candles like candles is a source of light.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-14) and see what can ring loudly.

0 1 14 2 13

3 4 12

5

11 6 10 7 8

Bring students outside the class and ask them to observe the sound of bell. Draw a bell on board.

9

51

Squirrel Acorn Squirrel found acorn in the garden. Colour the stars with the number 14.

10

14 12

14 14

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11

14 14

14

14

14

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14

14

Bring candies jar & candies in class. Put candies in the jar one by one & ask students to count. Distribute candies among students.

Write the number ‘14’ Write the number.

14

14

14

14

Fourteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘14’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘14’ by counting objects.

53

Practice Write number ‘14’

14 Fourteen

14

54

14

14

14

14

Write ‘14’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-14 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘14’ in words.

Fourteen Fourteen

Fourteen

Write word ‘thirteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘thirteen’ with correct spelling.

55

Learning Number 15 There are ‘15’ Spinning Toys

15 Fifteen Fifteen

56

Listen counting from 1 to 13 then introduce number ‘15’. Bring spinning toy for classroom play.

Circle the number 15 Identify and circle number 15.

11 12 14 15 15 5 13 15 15 13 14 15 15 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 15 as they circle.

15 14 9 15 8 11 14 15 15 12 11 14 15 13 10 7 15

7 9 14 6 15 13

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Flying Birds Count the Birds Draw a break on each bird & colour.

58

Draw a bird on board with its beak. Ask students to count the birds while making their beaks & tell how many birds are there? tell them few birds name.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-15) and see from where chick comes out.

3 1

7

5 4

6

2

8

0

10 15

13

9

12 11

14

Draw a picture of chick and egg.

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Bright lights! Light bulbs use electricity to glow! Colour the light bulbs with the number ‘15’

15

15

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Ask students to tell how many light bulbs with the number ‘15’ did you find? Make bulb of different chart papers to show them. Paste or hang them in class

Write the number ‘14’ Write the number.

15

15

15

15

Fifteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘14’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘14’ by counting objects.

61

Practice Write Number ‘15’

15 Fifteen

15

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15

15

15

15

Write ‘15’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-15 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘15’ in words.

Fifteen Fifteen Fifteen Fifteen

Write word ‘thirteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘thirteen’ with correct spelling.

63

Revision Draw a line from the number to its name.

Fifteen

Twelve

Thirteen

Eleven

Fourteen

64

Write 12 on board. Read out loud counting 0-13 in the classroom.

Revision Count the vegetables and write the numbers in given boxes.

Revise counting 1-15 in class. Show students different vegetables pictures and tell them vegetables. Can you tell them names. Encourage them to count aloud vegetables sets before writing the number.

65

Revision Count how many acorns.

acorns Count how many eggs.

eggs Count how many buttons.

buttons Count how many leaves.

leaves Count how many fish.

fish 66

Ask students to count the objects and write the names correct number in given boxes.

Bee Counting Write numbers ‘11-15’.

11 12 13 14 15

Ask students to count aloud numbers ‘1-15’ in class. Ask them to write number ‘11-15’.

67

Measurement

Hira

Did you know? “Tall” is used to measure height (vertical) “Long” is used to measure length (horizontal) Sara

Sara is taller than Hira.

Faraz Ali

Ali is shorter than Faraz. 68

Ask students to count the objects and write the names correct number in given boxes.

Bee Counting

Yellow pencil is longer than red pencil.

Lion is bigger than ant.

Yellow fish is smaller than blue fish. Students have learnt size in ther previous class now introduce them with comparisons. Comparison means to compare one person or thing with another.

69

Taller Tick the taller ones:

70

Do the classroom activity by measuring the height of students tell them who is taller than whom?

Shorter Tick the shorter ones:

Take some sharpened pencils of different sizes. Ask students to tell which pencils are shorter.

71

Longer Tick the longer ones:

72

Bring different size of feathers in class. Put them in pairs and also students to tell about the longer feather.

Bigger Tick the bigger ones:

73

Smaller Tick the smaller ones:

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Help students to tick the smaller one objects in given activity. Tell students that smaller means something is less in size compared with other.

Can you compare? Colour the shorter objects red & taller objects blue.

Colour the longer object green.

Colour the bigger objects orange & smaller objects yellow.

Tell students that you have leant to compare the lengths of objects. Encourage them to tell the difference between objects by them sizes.

75

My Day A clock has two hands and 12 numbers. The little hand tells about the hours. The big hand tells about the minutes.

I get up a 6 o’clock

I eat breakfast a 7 o’clock.

I go to school at 8 o’clock.

76

Read this page in class. Draw a clock on board. The shape of a clock can also be used for a flash card memory game.

My Day

I eat lunch at 12 o’clock.

I leave school at 2 o’clock.

I eat dinner at 6 o’clock.

I go to bed at 8 o’clock.

Tell students that you have leant to compare the lengths of objects. Encourage them to tell the difference between objects by them sizes.

77

Match the clock! Look at the clock. What time is it on each clock? Draw a line to connect time.

12 o’clock

9 o’clock

6 o’clock

3 o’clock

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Help students to match correct time with correct clock. Use real clock to time telling.

Fun with time Past the hand on clock according to given time.

I play at 5 â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;o clock

Ask students to bring chart paper in class. Help them to make clock small hand and paste them on given clock according to the time. Ask about their play timings.

79

Learning Number 16 There are ‘16’ Starfish

16 Sixteen

80

Listen counting from 1 to 15 then introduce number ‘16’. Make flash cards of stars. Make ‘16’ stars on each flash card. Distribute then among students. Ask them to count stars and tell how many stars they have.

Circle the number 16 Identify and circle number 16.

16 12 14 15 16 5 13 16 15 13 14 16 15 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 16 as they circle.

14 9 16 16 11 8 16 15 15 12 11 16 14 16 13 10 16 7 15 7 6 9 14 16 13

81

Blowup Balloons Count the balloons. Draw one yarn under each balloon with colours.

82

Ask students to bring balloons in the class. Help them to blow air in the balloon and how to tie a yarn on balloon. Ask them to count the balloons.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-16) and see from what you can kick to play.

16

0

1 2

15 3 14 4

13 12

5 6

11 10

7 9

Draw a rugby on board before this activity. Tell students about rugby sports. Show a rugby ball.

8

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Peanut Butter Fill the peanuts butter with peanuts by colouring number 16.

16

16

12 16

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Sing a counting song 1-16 with students. Draw peanut jar on board. Ask students to tell that which are other number.

Write the number ‘16’ Write the number.

16

16

16

16

Sixteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘16’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘16’ by counting objects.

85

Practice Write Number ‘16’

16 Sixteen

16

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16

16

16

16

Write ‘16’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-16 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘16’ in words.

Sixteen Sixteen Sixteen Sixteen

Write word ‘sixteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘sixteen’ with correct spelling.

87

Learning Number 17 There are ‘17’ Boats.

17 Seventeen

88

Listen counting from 1 to 16 then introduce number ‘17’. Paste 17 coloured chart paper strips on board. Ask students to count them & tell how many are they?

Circle the number 17 Identify and circle number 17.

16 12 14 17

17 16 15 8

17 11

17 5 13 17 15 13 17 16 15 17

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 17 as they circle.

14 9 11 17 14 12

17 10 15 16 17 7 6 17 16 13

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Dinosaurâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tail Count the dinosaurs. Draw one tail with each dinosaur & colour.

90

Ask students to count the dinosaurs before drawing tail. Tell them that name dinosaur means â&#x20AC;&#x153;frighteningly big lizard.â&#x20AC;?

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-17) and see what can you eat?

0

17

1 2

16

3 4

15

5 14 6

13 7

12 8

11 10

9

Bring pear or pear toy in the class. Ask students to make a pear by using paper. Draw a pear on board. Give a riddle: we are round and oblong in shape with light green skin and yellow flesh which is rich and very sweet.

91

Sunny Sailing It is a wonderful day for sailing! Colour the sailboats with the number 17.

17

17

10

92

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17

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17

17

Sing a counting song 1 to 17 with students. Draw boat on board. Ask students to tell that which are other number.

Write the number ‘17’ Write the number.

17

17

17

17

Sixteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘17’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘17’ by counting objects.

93

Practice Write Number ‘17’

17 Seventeen

17

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17

17

17

17

Write ‘17’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-17 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘17’ in words.

Seventeen Seventeen

Seventeen

Write word ‘seventeen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘seventeen’ with correct spelling.

95

Learning Number 18 There are ‘18’ Marshmallows.

18 Eighteen

96

Listen counting from 1 to 17 then introduce number ‘18’. Tell students that marshmallows are sweets.

Circle the number 18 Identify and circle number 18.

18 12 14 15 16 18 13 16 18 13 14 18 18 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 18 as they circle.

16 14 9 8 11 16 16 18 18 16 15 11 12 14 18 13 10 16 7 18 7 17 6 14 16 18 13

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Pink Shirt Count the shirts. Draw one button on each shirt & colour.

98

Ask students to tell the colour of school shirt they wear. Ask them to count the shirts and tell how many are there. Draw shirt and button on board.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-18) and see who steals acorn?

Draw a squirrel on board.

99

Dinosaur Roar Can you roar like a Dinosaur? Colour the dinosaur with the number ‘18’.

100

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

Ask ‘How many dinosaur with the number ‘18’ did you find? Ask students to tell what are the other numbers.

Write the number ‘18’ Write the number.

18

18

18

18

Eighteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘18’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘18’ by counting objects.

101

Practice Write Number ‘18’

18 Eighteen

18

102

18

18

18

18

Write ‘18’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-18 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘18’ in words.

Eighteen Eighteen

Eighteen

Write word ‘eighteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘eighteen’ with correct spelling.

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Learning Number 19 There are ‘19’ Pigeons

19 Nineteen

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Listen counting from 1 to 18 then introduce number ‘19’. Draw pigeons on board ask students to count.

Circle the number 19 Identify and circle number 19.

18 19 19 15 16 18 13 19 19 13 14 18 19 12

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 19 as they circle.

16

19

8 11 14 16 18 16 19 19 14 19 15 12 19 10 18 13 19 7 13 14 17 16 19

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Missing Star Count the flags. Draw one star on each flag and colour.

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Draw a flag on board. Ask a riddle to students: I have a moon and a star on me. Which country flag is me? Ask students to count the flags.

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-19) and see where you can put fruits.

5

4

6

2

7 1 8 0 9 19 10

18 11

17 16

15

14

13

Draw a basket on board and ask students which thing can you put in the basket before starting this activity.

12

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Sea Shells This girl loves do collect seashells. Colour the sea shells with the number 19.

19

19

19

9 17

9

19

18 19

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Show them pictures of different shell types. Ask how many shells with the number â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;19â&#x20AC;&#x2122; did you find?

Write the number ‘19’ Write the number.

19

19

19

19

Nineteen

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘19’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘19’ by counting objects.

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Practice Write Number ‘19’

19 Nineteen

19

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19

19

19

19 1

Write ‘18’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-19 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘19’ in words.

Nineteen Nineteen

Nineteen

Write word ‘nineteen’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘nineteen’ with correct spelling.

111

Learning Number 20 There are ‘20’ Butterflies.

20 Twenty

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Listen and read counting from 1 to 19 then introduce number ‘20’. Ask students to count butterflies. Talk about butterflies.

Circle the number 20 Identify and circle number 20.

18 19 18 20 19 20 16 20 13 19 14 18 20 15 18 20 18 19 20 18 14 20 12 15 20 18

Help students to circle the correct number. Ask them to say number 20 as they circle.

20 8 11 14 16 16 18 19 20 20 15 12 10 13 18 20 19 20 14 19 17 13 14 19 16 16

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Jugglerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Play There are 4 jugglers playing Draw 5 balls for each juggler and colour.

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Draw a juggler on board playing with balls. Ask students to draw balls same as you make on board. Ask them to count the balls and tell how many balls are there?

Can you remember? Join the dots in order (0-20) and see where is snowman standing.

7

6 5

8 9

20 10

19 4 18 3

11 17

2

12 1 0

16

Draw a basket on board and ask students which thing can you put in the basket before starting this activity.

15

14

13

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Blowing Balloons Somebody is blowing balloons everywhere. Colour the balloon with the number ‘20’.

15

20

20

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14

20

20

11 10

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Bring balloons in the class. Blow and paste them in class with students. Ask how many balloons with number ‘20’ did you find?

Write the number ‘20’ Write the number.

20

20 20 20

Twenty

Circle group with eleven objects.

Help students to write number ‘20’ and circle the correct group. Practice learning number ‘20’ by counting objects.

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Practice Write Number ‘20’

20 Twenty

20 20 20 20 20

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Write ‘20’ on board. Read out loud counting 0-20 in the classroom.

Can you remember? Write number ‘20’ in words.

Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty

Write word ‘twenty’ on board. Ask students to read and learn number ‘twenty’ with correct spelling.

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Revision Draw a line from the number to its name.

Eighteen

Twenty

Sixteen

Nineteen

Seventeen 120

Revise counting 1-20 in the class. Ask students to count the objectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s number and match them with their correct name. Encourage students to learn the spellings of given numberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name.

Revision Count the vegetables and write the numbers in given boxes.

Revise counting 1-20. Show students different prints pictures & ask them to tell their names. Encourage them to count aloud fruits sets before writing their numbers.

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Revision Count how many flowers?

flower Count how many hats?

hats Count how many bees?

bees Count how many erasers?

erasers Count how many crayons?

crayons 122

Ask students to count the objects and write the names correct number in given boxes.

Revision Write numbers ‘16-20’.

16 17 18 19 20

Ask students to count aloud numbers ‘1-20’ in class. Ask them to write number ‘16-20’.

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Introduction to Symbols Draw a line from the number to its name. Taking one number away from another is called subtraction and shown with. ‘-’ symbol.

Exactly the same amount or value is called equal and shown with ‘=’ symbol.

Taking one number away from another is called subtraction and shown with ‘-’ symbol.

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Make “+” ,

= symbols on board. Use hands for making symbols.

Introduction to Addition I have 1 apple

Mama give me 1 more apple

I have 2 apples.

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I have 2 apples. Mama gives me 1 more apple

I have 3 apples.

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Bugs Addition Count the objects and write number in given box..

and

+

make

make

+

make

+

make

Explain the concept of addition by taking different sets of real objects e:g flowers, pencils etc. join them and ask students to count.

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Count, Add & Write Draw a line from the number to its name.

+

= + + +

= = =

There are 3 Pencils in box. Add 2 more

3+2= There are

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pencils together.

How many are there? Count the objects and write number in given box..

+

=

3 4 5

+

=

5 6 7

+

=

4 5 6

+

=

6 7 8

Revise them counting 1-10. Ask students to do addition by counting the objects alogether.

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+

1

=

There are 3 parrots on branch. Add 1 more 3

+

1

=

There are 3 ducks in pond. Add 2 more 3

+

2

=

There are 4 boys. Add 2 more 4

+

2

=

There are 5 balls. Add 2 more 5

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+

2

= Make cue cards for each sentence. Paste them on board one by one. Ask class to solve verbally before doing activity on book.

How many together? Count and write how many together.

+

3 cupcakes 3 cupcakes 6 cupcakes together

3 +4

+

+

+ Revise them counting 1-10. Ask students to do addition by counting the objects alogether.

4 +4

4 +5

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Missing numbers addition Fill in the missing numbers.

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1 and 1 make

3 and 1 make

4 and 2 make

5 and 1 make

Make students clear that how they can add numbers. Give different numbers to add.

Think & Circle Which 2 numbers make number 9 when added together. Circle the number and colour the crocodile.

9

6 5 3 2

2

Use different numbers to make required number like 4+5 make 9 nine. How we can we make 4.

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Find the total price Add the price tag to get the total price of each pair of items.

rup2ees

2+2=

2 rupees

3 s rupee

4 s rupee

3 s rupee

4 s rupee

4 s rupee 5 s rupee

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3+3=

4+4=

5+4=

Arrange bake sale party in crassate clear the concept of adding money.

Birdsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Family Count how many birds are in each box? Write numbers on the given boxes.

Use buttons for counting in class.

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Review & Assess Join the dots to 1-20 to complete the picture colour the picture.

1

0

2

20

3

19

4 6

5

18

7

8

17 16 15

9 10

14

11 12

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13

Read aloud counting in class. Ask students to connect the dots to see what is this picture about? them colour the picture beautifully.

Review & Assess Match numbers with their names.

11 12

tweleve twenty sixteen fifteen

13

16 17

eleven

18

seventeen

19

fifteen

20

thirteen 14 eighteen 15 Encourage students to read aloud counting in class. Help them to match correctly.

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Backwards Counting Fill in the missing numbers

Colour the Igloo

20 16

18

12

14

10 8

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Help students to count backwards and write correct. Tell students about backward counting by going back step by step in the class

Review & Assess Write the numbers in yellow building and write backwards counting in blue building.

11

20 14

15

17 16

18 19

Help students to write correctly.

13 12

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Review & Assess What comes between:

11

13

15 18

17

20

What comes after:

12

13

17

18

19 What comes before:

11

12

16

14

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17

15

Read aloud counting in class. Ask students to connect the dots to see what is this picture about? them colour the picture beautifully.

Review & Assess Write these numbers in words.

13

11

14

17

Tell students that beeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are looking for their numberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home. Can you write their names. Spell out aloud the spellings in the class.

19

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Review & Assess Write these numbers in numerals.

Twelve

Sixteen

Fifteen

Eighteen

Twenty

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Tell students that these are beautiful yellow ducks. They have numberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with them. can you read and write the number according to its name.

Review & Assess Write the numbers in given boxes. 11-20

I can write

11

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Review & Assess Look at each number and colour the correct number objects in each set.

12 19 14 11 144

Ask students to tell first which number is written then count the objects according to this number. Colour objects according to the number.

Review & Assess

13 17 16 20 18 Ask students to tell first which number is written then count the objects according to this number. Colour objects according to the number.

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Review & Assess Count and write the numbers.

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Ask students to count the objects them write the number of given objects.

Review & Assess Count and write the numbers.

Ask students to count the objects them write the number of given objects.

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Review & Assess Write the numbers in given boxes. 11-20

1

12 19 148

Encourage students to write numbers in correct order.

Review & Assess I can count

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10

11 16 12 17 13 18 14 19 15 20

Ask students to count the objects them write the number of given objects.

21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30

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