Planning for teaching students math pre -school

This is the program plans to teach pre-school math students. Very specific and scientific. Expect teachers to comments

http://www.mhschool.com/math/common/pd_video/montage.html

Chapter 1: Attributes

Chapter 2: Sort and Classify

Chapter 3: Position and Direction

Chapter 4: Shapes

Chapter 5: Numbers 0-5

Chapter 6: Patterns

Chapter 7: Numbers to 10

Chapter 8: Measurement

Chapter 9: Data and Graphs

Chapter 10: Adding and Subtracting

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Knowing that objects have attributes or characteristics that set them apart from other objects and that cause them to be similar to other objects is a vital skill necessary for sorting. Identifying attributes of objects will help students see likenesses and differences in geometric shapes, solid, number quantities, patterns, and measurement. Once understood, students can match like objects using one to one correspondence and discover groupings of more, less, and equal.

Lesson 1: Color

Students will identify and describe the attribute of color among sets of concrete objects.

Lesson 2: Shape

Students will identify and describe the attribute of shape among sets of concrete objects and images.

Lesson 3: Size

Students will identify and describe the attribute of size among various demensions of concrete objects.

Lesson 4: Matching Quantities

Students will use one-to-one correspondence to identify, describe, and compare sets of concret objects using language, such as "more than," "less than," or "same as."

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Once students can distinguish attributs of objects they can begin to separate and group the objects according to these attributes. As students sort and classify groups for comparison they are developing a sense for number, quantity, and equal amounts.

Lesson 1: Alike and Different

Students will compare two items or sets of objects and explain how they are alike and different.

Lesson 2: Sort

Students will begin to recognize how concrete objects can be sorted and classified into groups by like attributes.

Lesson 3: Sort by One Attribute

Students will sort a set of concrete objects, focusing on one attribute, and explain the sorting rule.

Lesson 4: Sort by Two Attributes

Students will sort a set of concrete objects by more than one attribute and explain the sorting rule.

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Lesson 1: Above and Below

Students will identify and describe objects that are located above and below other objects.

Lesson 2: In and Out

Students will identify and describe objects that are located inside and outside enclosed places.

Lesson 3: Front, Back and Top, Bottom

Students will identify the position of objects located in back, in front, on top, on the bottom, or in the middle.

Lesson 4: Left and Right

Students will identify where objects are located using spatial vocabulary such as right, left, forward, and backward.

Lesson 5: Before and After

Students will use spatial vocabulary such as before, after, first, and last to describe and identify the position of objects arranged in vertical and horizontal orientations.

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Lesson 1: Solid Figures

Students will identify and name three dimensional figures and compare them iwht real world objects.

Lesson 2: Compare Solid Figures

Students will compare and describe attributes of three dimensional figures, such as cone, cubes, cylinders, and spheres.

Lesson 3: Plane Figures

Students will identify and name two dimensional figures, such as circles, triangles,and rectangles.

Lesson 4: Finding Plane Figures

Students will identify and describe how three dimensional figures contain faces that are two dimensional figures.

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Lesson 1: Counting to 5

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects ar in a set of up to five objects.

Lesson 2: Numbers to 3

Students will count out and recognize sets of up to three objects.

Lesson 3: Numbers to 5

Students will identify, describe, and create sets of up to five objects.

Lesson 4: Zero

Students will use zero to identify and represent a set of nothing.

Lesson 5: Ordinals

Students will use ordinal numbers and spatial vocabulary to describe and identify the relative position of objects arranged in vertical and horizontal orientations.

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Lesson 1: Identify and Describe Patterns

Students will recognize repeating patterns of sound, movement, events, and concrete objects.

Lesson 2: Patterns in the Environment

Students will recognize repeating patterns of sound, movement, events, and concrete objects in the environment.

Lesson 3: Copy Patterns

Students will copy simple repeating patterns of sound, movement, and concrete objects.

Lesson 4: Extend Patterns

Students will extend simple patterns of sound, movement, and concrete objects by predicting what comes next in a sequence of repeating elements.

Lesson 5: Create Patterns

Students will create simple patterns by repeating a pattern unit of varying elements such as sound, movements,, and concrete objects.

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Lesson 1: Counting 1-10

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects are in a set of up to ten objects.

Lesson 2: Explore 6 and 7

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count sets of six and seven objects.

Lesson 3: Explore 8 and 9

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count sets of eight and nine objects.

Lesson 4: Explore 10

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count a set 10 objects.

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Lesson 1: Length

Students will identify, describe, and compare objects by the attribute of length.

Lesson 2: Weight

Students will describe and compare the weight of concrete objects.

Lesson 3: Seriation

Students will order three ore more concrete objects by length and height.

Lesson 4: Capacity

Students will describe and compare volume and capacity.

Lesson 5: Area

Students will measure how much space a region covers by describing and comparing the length and width of a two-dimensional region.

Lesson 6: Time

Students will explore time by identifying, ordering, and comparing events according to the time of day they occur.

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Lesson 1: Collecting data for a Graph

Students will learn strategies for collecting, organizing, and displaying data from real world situation.

Lesson 2: Real Graphs

Students will construct a real graph to show information gathered from a set of concrete objects and discuss what the data reveals.

Lesson 3: Picture graphs

Students will construct a picture graph to represent, compare, and interpret data.

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Lesson 1: Adding to 5

Students willmake sense of additive situations by finding the sum of two parts.

Lesson 2: Adding to 10

Students will directly model story problems involving the joining together of two sets and then describe how many.

Lesson 3: Subtracting from 5

Students will decompose numbers up to 5 in order to find the missing part within a whole quantity.

Lesson 4: Subtracting from 10

Students will directly model story problems involving the separation of one quantify from a larger quantity and then describe how many.

This is the program plans to teach pre-school math students. Very specific and scientific. Expect teachers to comments

http://www.mhschool.com/math/common/pd_video/montage.html

Chapter 1: Attributes

Chapter 2: Sort and Classify

Chapter 3: Position and Direction

Chapter 4: Shapes

Chapter 5: Numbers 0-5

Chapter 6: Patterns

Chapter 7: Numbers to 10

Chapter 8: Measurement

Chapter 9: Data and Graphs

Chapter 10: Adding and Subtracting

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**Chapter 1: Attributes**Knowing that objects have attributes or characteristics that set them apart from other objects and that cause them to be similar to other objects is a vital skill necessary for sorting. Identifying attributes of objects will help students see likenesses and differences in geometric shapes, solid, number quantities, patterns, and measurement. Once understood, students can match like objects using one to one correspondence and discover groupings of more, less, and equal.

Lesson 1: Color

Students will identify and describe the attribute of color among sets of concrete objects.

Lesson 2: Shape

Students will identify and describe the attribute of shape among sets of concrete objects and images.

Lesson 3: Size

Students will identify and describe the attribute of size among various demensions of concrete objects.

Lesson 4: Matching Quantities

Students will use one-to-one correspondence to identify, describe, and compare sets of concret objects using language, such as "more than," "less than," or "same as."

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**Chapter 2 Sort and Classify**Once students can distinguish attributs of objects they can begin to separate and group the objects according to these attributes. As students sort and classify groups for comparison they are developing a sense for number, quantity, and equal amounts.

Lesson 1: Alike and Different

Students will compare two items or sets of objects and explain how they are alike and different.

Lesson 2: Sort

Students will begin to recognize how concrete objects can be sorted and classified into groups by like attributes.

Lesson 3: Sort by One Attribute

Students will sort a set of concrete objects, focusing on one attribute, and explain the sorting rule.

Lesson 4: Sort by Two Attributes

Students will sort a set of concrete objects by more than one attribute and explain the sorting rule.

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**Chapter 3: Position and Direction**Lesson 1: Above and Below

Students will identify and describe objects that are located above and below other objects.

Lesson 2: In and Out

Students will identify and describe objects that are located inside and outside enclosed places.

Lesson 3: Front, Back and Top, Bottom

Students will identify the position of objects located in back, in front, on top, on the bottom, or in the middle.

Lesson 4: Left and Right

Students will identify where objects are located using spatial vocabulary such as right, left, forward, and backward.

Lesson 5: Before and After

Students will use spatial vocabulary such as before, after, first, and last to describe and identify the position of objects arranged in vertical and horizontal orientations.

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**Chapter 4: Shapes**Lesson 1: Solid Figures

Students will identify and name three dimensional figures and compare them iwht real world objects.

Lesson 2: Compare Solid Figures

Students will compare and describe attributes of three dimensional figures, such as cone, cubes, cylinders, and spheres.

Lesson 3: Plane Figures

Students will identify and name two dimensional figures, such as circles, triangles,and rectangles.

Lesson 4: Finding Plane Figures

Students will identify and describe how three dimensional figures contain faces that are two dimensional figures.

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**Chapter 5: Numbers 0-5**Lesson 1: Counting to 5

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects ar in a set of up to five objects.

Lesson 2: Numbers to 3

Students will count out and recognize sets of up to three objects.

Lesson 3: Numbers to 5

Students will identify, describe, and create sets of up to five objects.

Lesson 4: Zero

Students will use zero to identify and represent a set of nothing.

Lesson 5: Ordinals

Students will use ordinal numbers and spatial vocabulary to describe and identify the relative position of objects arranged in vertical and horizontal orientations.

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**Chapter 6 Patterns**Lesson 1: Identify and Describe Patterns

Students will recognize repeating patterns of sound, movement, events, and concrete objects.

Lesson 2: Patterns in the Environment

Students will recognize repeating patterns of sound, movement, events, and concrete objects in the environment.

Lesson 3: Copy Patterns

Students will copy simple repeating patterns of sound, movement, and concrete objects.

Lesson 4: Extend Patterns

Students will extend simple patterns of sound, movement, and concrete objects by predicting what comes next in a sequence of repeating elements.

Lesson 5: Create Patterns

Students will create simple patterns by repeating a pattern unit of varying elements such as sound, movements,, and concrete objects.

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**Chapter 7 Numbers to 10**Lesson 1: Counting 1-10

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects are in a set of up to ten objects.

Lesson 2: Explore 6 and 7

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count sets of six and seven objects.

Lesson 3: Explore 8 and 9

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count sets of eight and nine objects.

Lesson 4: Explore 10

Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to enumerate and count a set 10 objects.

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**Chapter 8****Measurement**Lesson 1: Length

Students will identify, describe, and compare objects by the attribute of length.

Lesson 2: Weight

Students will describe and compare the weight of concrete objects.

Lesson 3: Seriation

Students will order three ore more concrete objects by length and height.

Lesson 4: Capacity

Students will describe and compare volume and capacity.

Lesson 5: Area

Students will measure how much space a region covers by describing and comparing the length and width of a two-dimensional region.

Lesson 6: Time

Students will explore time by identifying, ordering, and comparing events according to the time of day they occur.

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**Chaper 9 Data and Graphs**Lesson 1: Collecting data for a Graph

Students will learn strategies for collecting, organizing, and displaying data from real world situation.

Lesson 2: Real Graphs

Students will construct a real graph to show information gathered from a set of concrete objects and discuss what the data reveals.

Lesson 3: Picture graphs

Students will construct a picture graph to represent, compare, and interpret data.

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**Chapter 10 Adding and Subtracting**Lesson 1: Adding to 5

Students willmake sense of additive situations by finding the sum of two parts.

Lesson 2: Adding to 10

Students will directly model story problems involving the joining together of two sets and then describe how many.

Lesson 3: Subtracting from 5

Students will decompose numbers up to 5 in order to find the missing part within a whole quantity.

Lesson 4: Subtracting from 10

Students will directly model story problems involving the separation of one quantify from a larger quantity and then describe how many.

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