math lesson plans.docx - Name of Activity Caps and Cans Age Group 3-5 years Benchmark 6 A.ECa Use concepts that include number recognition counting and

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Name of Activity:Caps and Cans 6. A.ECa Use concepts that include number recognition, counting and one-to-one correspondence. 6. A.ECb Count with understanding and recognize" how many" in sets of objects. Objectives: Children will learn to rational count Children will become aware of matching Materials/Resources: Bottle caps, large/ middle empty cans, a permanent marker, Tape and a book “Look Whooo's Counting" by Suse Macdonald. Safety and Organization Considerations: four children at a time will participate in this activity . Length of Activity: 15-20 Minutes Advance Preparation and Set-up: Move around the chairs and table to make enough space for the children to sit on the floor. Draw dots on each can and set up all the bottle caps. Put tape on the floor not more than 2 feet away. Introduction: This Activity will take place inside the classroom during circle time; four children at a time will participate in this activity. I will introduce this activity by reading the book “Look Whooo’s counting” by Suse Macdonald. : Activity: Read the book then ask questions such as; How many friends see owl before? Do you think owl learn her numbers? Tell the children that four children at a time will play a counting/tossing game with me. The other children will get a turn when they are finish Set up the cans and bottle caps and tell children that one at a time they will count the number on the can
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