Free 2nd Grade Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Lesson Plan

Topic: Counting to 100 on a number line

Objectives & Outcomes

Students will be able to count to 100 on a number line.

Materials

Number line

Numbers 1-100 written on cards or counters

Marker or pen

Warm-up

Review the concept of a number line and how to read it. Ask students to show you how to count to 10 on a number line.

Then, have students count to 20 on a number line, helping them as needed.

Direct Instruction

Introduce the 100-count rhyme to the students.

Have students say the rhyme as a group, emphasizing the numbers as they reach them on the number line.

Explain that the purpose of the rhyme is to help us remember how to count to 100 on a number line.

Have students practice counting to 100 on a number line, using the rhyme to help them remember the numbers.

Guided Practice

Have students work in pairs to practice counting to 100 on a number line, using the rhyme to help them remember the numbers.

Monitor the students as they work, providing assistance as needed.

Independent Practice

Have students use the blank number lines provided to create their own rhymes for counting to 100. Encourage them to be creative and use their own words.

Students can then present their rhymes to the class and have others try to guess the numbers being counted to.

Closure

Review the concepts learned during the lesson, including counting to 100 on a number line and using rhymes to make counting

to-100 easier.

Ask students to share any new rhymes they created for counting to 100.

Assessment

Observe students during independent practice to assess their understanding of counting to 100 on a number line and using rhymes to count.

Have students turn in their completed numbers charts as an additional assessment of their understanding.

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