Kindergarten to Grade 2 Math Lesson Plans
and Subtracting Decimals - The student will be able to add and subtract
numbers with place values to the hundredths.
Numbers - Students will work together to practice ordering groups
of six and seven numbers. They will use their phone numbers and birth
dates written on index cards.
Numerals - The student will be able to recognize and name roman numerals
up to twenty.
to the nearest five - Students will enjoy practicing rounding numbers
as they try to be the first to cover all their numbers in this game of
Bingo. The teacher can set the pace for this game. It can be set at a
beginning level with a lot of discussion and helps or it can be played
as a speed round where students are racing to find the right numbers.
- The student will be able to estimate the cost of three new items and
the length of time necessary to save the money for those items.
Penny Saved is a Penny Earned - Students will develop the understanding
of how money is an intricate part of every day life.
and Subtract with Fribbit - Using an Internet based resource to cement
mental addition skills using mostly lower order numbers.
The Basics - The students will learn basic number addition.
and Subtraction Facts - Students will complete addition facts 0-6
in 2 minutes at an accuracy level of 95% by the end of the week.
Facts Numbers 2 through 5 - Students will be able to successfully
show and write all the ways to make 5 through 9.
Math Crackers - For all students to be able to accomplish three line
Graph - To graph the results of apple-tasting after we have read a
counting story about apples.
the World - Sums of 5 - To help Special Education Students in Kindergarten
through Third grade learn to add 5 to numbers 0-10.
Blocks - Familiarizing the students with the different shapes and
sizes found in the shapes provided.
Shape to Recognize - Can the student recognize and name the following
shapes: Circle, square, and triangle.
Patterns - The learner will create and extend patterns using actions,
words, and objects.
by 3 Attributes - The student will sort objects by classifying according
to shape, size and color.
Toss Game - Children will know the coins and their worth, they will
also be able to toss a bean bag into a bucket.
Learning With Broken Squares - Although oral language is a huge part
of communicating in our society, children also need to learn how to communicate
and work together in a non-verbal way.
your way through the Candy - Students will use different colors of
the same candy to strengthen the skills of adding and subtracting.
My Body Parts - The students should be able to add different parts
of the body to come up with the total.
To Ten - Lesson will focus on number recognition and counting from
one to ten.
and Graphing - Make and read a bar graph compare the data on a bar
graph to a tally chart.
or Cat? - The students will be able to: complete a simple bar graph
determine the likelihood of a certain outcome give examples of things
that are possible/impossible.
Addition - The learner will develop fluency in addition with facts
equaling up to twelve.
Making - The students will be able to write addition equations that
add up to the number 20. The students will be able to explain their equations
clearly to others.
the Weight of Objects - I can estimate the weight of various objects
With Measurements - Students will estimate and measure the path that
the Inch-Worm traveled using non-standards units of measurements first.
Zero - The learner will be able to understand the meaning of zero.
Counting - To introduce skip counting.
Of Math - Students will be able to complete addition and subtraction
problems at an accuracy level of 95% on timed tests.
Parts - Students will gain a better understanding of fractions and
be able to express them with numbers.
Money - I wanted students to be able to look at the money by themselves,
but also be able to talk to others about it, so think-pair-share was the
perfect structure for this lesson.
Use and Function of Coins - I want the students to investigate the
coins on their own, then be able to discuss with a partner what they observed,
then share the observations with the class, so students can hear about
observations they might have missed.
Shapes: Are the Sides Symmetrical? - Identify the letters of the alphabet
as symmetrical or nonsymmetrical and put the letters in their appropriate
boxes that are marked symmetrical and nonsymmetrical.
2D shapes - Students at carpet tell them we are going to sort and
classify shapes according to their various attributes.
introduction to 3D shapes - Students will sort and classify 3D objects
as a group and then independently with their worksheets.
Crackers - In this lesson the students will sort and classify by shapes
four kinds of crackers.
Things Come Before Five - Students will be able to count zero to five
by recognizing the conceptive pattern of the numerical mathematics system
both by group effort and individual activity.
Sets - The Learner will master grouping equal sets of two and three
four tries out of five.
My Rule - TSW describe attributes of a certain set of shapes.
Long is Five Minutes? - This lesson on telling time will expose children
to analog and digital clocks and how they work.
Many Patterns Can We Make? - The learner will model simple patterns
and sort objects.
to brush your teeth (sequencing) - The students will be able arrange
the steps on how to brush their teeth in sequential order.
Many Ways? - TLW demonstrate an understanding of representations of
numbers by completing a circle map with a variety of ways to represent
a particular number.
Speed with Addition and Subtraction - Know your addition and subtraction
to Canadian Coins - Children will be introduced to pennies, nickels,
dimes, quarters, loonies and toonies.
Time to Learn - The learner will be able to tell the correct time
on a clock by using appropriate vocabulary when necessary.
Numbers : Base Ten - Children will be able to enunciate numbers 1-10
in numerical order.
Change Up To Five Dollar Bills - To set up and solve subtraction sentences
making change from $1 or $5, then show that 'change' amount in actual
coins and bills.
Rulers - The learner will demonstrate application of measurement by
using a ruler to measure and record the length of objects in inches.
Capacity - My goal is to increase the participation of the whole class
using Numbered Heads Together instead of only the same handful of students.
Length - The student will be able to demonstrate with snap cubes how
to place objects in order by their lengths.
using Centimeters and In - To demonstrate understanding and ability
when measuring given items by using centimeters and inches with accuracy
Up With Time - At the end of the lesson, the student(s) should: understand
the definition of time; have an appreciation for time; and understand
how a clock works
Cookie - The students will be able to count and compare quantities.
Math - Students will be able to form patterns with shapes. Students
will be able to draw pictures of patterns.
Identification - Visually identify money, label each denomination
with proper values and addition of various money.
Madness - The students will be able to find the amounts of simple
combinations of the coins together.
Makes Cents - Learning to identify coins by name and value.
or Less than a Minute - Students will be able to identify and demonstrate
activities that take more than a minute and less than minute.
and M's Math - Sorting M and M's by color and counting how many they
have. Graphing by coloring amount of M and M's Telling me what color they
have the least of and the color they have the most of.
with 2s and 3s - Students will be able to identify situations in which
multiplication can be used to join sets.
Counting Caterpillar - This lesson is part of a daily activity immediately
following calendar activities.
Recognition - The lesson will focus on counting from one to ten, and
the students ability to correspond number recognition, counting and object
correspondence when counting pumpkins.
Geometric Shapes - Students will recognize these shapes in nontraditionally
Hundred Hungry Ants - Students will be able to find different ways
to represent one hundred.
50 Kindergarten to Grade 2 Math Lesson Plans