### Kindergarten to Grade 2 Math Lesson Plans 71 to 121

• Ordinal Numbers - Children use numbers in their ordinal sense as they line up, tell about placements in a race, or describe the order of events.
• Patterns All Around Us - The is a study of identifying, creating and extending patterns by describing the various pattern models (ABBA AAB etc) and translating patterns using different materials.
• Non-Numeric Patterns - Students will identify, describe, create, and extend non-numeric patterns.
• Numbers to 10 - The learner will count, read and write numbers to 10.
• Perfect Patterns - The student is expected to identify, extend, and create patterns of sounds, physical movement, and concrete objects.
• Place Value to Hundreds - The student will develop number sense for whole numbers through 999.
• Place Value In Number Systems - Use models to explain how the number system is based on 10 and identify the place value of each digit in a multi-digit numeral.
• Positions - Students will be able to discuss ordinal numbers and ordinal number words and discriminate between these.
• Reading and Making Graphs - The students will be able to identify parts of a bar graph, read a bar graph, and create their own bar graph.
• Shape It Up! - Demonstrate an eagerness and interest in learning through verbal and nonverbal means while playing, listening, questioning, and interacting b. Demonstrate a willingness to choose a variety of both familiar and new experiences.
1. Shapes Around Us - Students will describe and sort shapes from a set of shape cards. Students will make a poster to show one way of sorting.
2. Shapes with Jump Frog - TLW be able to identify a circle, square, rectangle, triangle. TLW be able to draw the 4 shapes.
3. Simple Addition With Candy - By the end of this lesson students should be able to add up to 12 with at least 75 percent accuracy. Bloom's level of concept will be used.
4. Solving Single Digit Addition - The student will be able to solve single digit addition equations quickly and accurately.
5. Sorting - Sort and classify objects by one attribute.
6. Steps To Reading Math Problems - Given word problems, students will identify the sequence of events, using the words first, next, and then to find solutions to the problems.
7. Story Problems - Students will be beginning to understand basic addition and subtraction by listening to story problem, deciding whether members of the set should increase by adding more, or whether members of the set should decrease by taking some away.
8. Subtraction using Pairs Check - My goal is to give the students an opportunity to work with one another and learn from one another.
9. Telling Time on a Clock - Students will use their knowledge of how to tell time, to help them read a digital clock.
10. Telling Time to the Hour - The lesson introduces the "hour" and "minute" hands. This lesson will also use a traditional clock.
11. Tens and Ones Places - Building tens and ones and how they relate to place value.
12. The Addition of Doubles - Students will find doubles, and students will learn to add doubles.
13. The Grouchy Ladybug Time Lesson - The students will recognize what time it is when they look at the clock.
14. The Math We Use Everyday - Specific examples to how math is and important part of our lives.
15. What Shapes Do You See? - Students will become familiar with names of 2-D and 3-D shapes.
16. Why Use a Ruler? - Students will understand the necessity of having a standard unit of measurement.
17. What Time Is It On The Clock? - The goal of this lesson is to teach the children how to tell time by reading the hands on a clock.
18. What Time is It? - The learner will be able to identify the time to the hour on the digital and analog clock.
19. Who's Fine Face? - Have students look at the coins and see how they are the same and how they are different.
21. Exploring Other Number Patterns
22. Exploring Pennies and Dimes
23. Eye to Eye
24. Facing Up
25. Fact Families
26. Fact Family Fun
27. Figuring in Football