Lesson Plan - Get It!
Did you know you can add numbers and objects together? What does that mean?
Think about a time you had to count the number of objects in front of you or on a piece of paper.
Was it easy or hard to count? Share you story with your parent or teacher.
In this lesson, you will learn how to count objects and add them together. You will start by practicing counting objects. Count the balls below with your parent or teacher:
How many are there? That's right! There are three balls. What would happen if you added two more balls? How many balls are there altogether? Tell your parent or teacher.
There are five balls now. There were three balls, then two more were added. Three and two more adds up to five.
Count the number of ice cream cones below. How many are there? Tell your parent or teacher:
That's right! There are two ice cream cones. What would happen if you added one more ice cream cone? How many are there now? Tell your parent or teacher.
Great job! There are three ice cream cones now. Two and one more equals three ice cream cones.
In the next section, you will practice adding up to five with numbers. Before moving on to the next section, write your numbers one (1) to five (5) on the top of a sheet of paper.