Learning Numbers

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Grade Level
Preschool
Subject
Mathematics
Length of Time
30 minutes
Description

Students will have a worksheet where they will draw circles according to the number they see. In Part Two, they will write the number of the circles in each problem.

Goals

To learn numbers
To write numbers
To write circles representing numbers

Materials Needed

Worksheet I've included in this lesson
Pencils
Erasers

Procedure

First, you will show the students on the board what they are to do on their worksheet. They will have problems with numbers from one to ten that are out of order. They will draw circles according to the number they see such as 1 = 1 circle, 2 = 2 circles, 3 = 3 circles, and so on through number ten. In Part Two, they will have circles that they will count and write the number to each problem. For example 0 = 1 circle, 00 = 2 circles, and so on through number ten. After that, you will pick up their sheets so you can see how they did. Worksheet on Counting

Part One - Draw the circles for each number.

1. One = 1

2. Three = 3

3. Four = 4

4. Six = 6

5. Eight = 8

6. Ten = 10

7. Two = 2

8. Nine = 9

9. Five = 5

10. Seven = 7

Part Two - Write the total number for each problem.

1. 0 =

2. 000000 =

3. 00 =

4. 0000000 =

5. 0000000000 =

6. 000 =

7. 00000 =

8. 000000000 =

9. 0000 =

10. 00000000 =

Grading

You can grade the students on the total number they have correct.

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