Arrange Three Numbers From Least To Greatest/ Greatest To Least

Kindergarten Arrange Three Numbers From Least To Greatest/ Greatest To Least Lesson Plan (Math)

Topic: Arranging Three Numbers From Least to Greatest

Objectives & Outcomes

Students will be able to arrange three numbers from least to greatest.

Materials

Three numbers cards (one with a single digit, one with two digits, and one with three digits)

Space board or whiteboard and markers

Warm-up

Review the concept of "greatest" and "least" by having students identify the greatest and least number of a small set of numbers. For example, "Which number is the greatest? Number 1 or Number 2?"

Direct Instruction

Introduce the concept of arranging numbers from least to greatest/ greatest to least.

Demonstrate how to arrange the numbers using a visual model, such as a number line or a set of blocks.

Have the students watch and imitate your actions, or have them practice arranging the numbers on their own.

Guided Practice

After demonstrating how to arrange the numbers, provide the students with a set of three numbers and have them arrange them from least to greatest/ greatest to least.

As the students work, circulate the room and provide assistance as needed.

Independent Practice

For independent practice, have the students create their own sets of three numbers and arrange them from least to greatest/ greatest to least.

Provide paper and pens for the students to use.

Closure

Review the concept of arranging numbers from least to greatest/ greatest to least with the students.

Ask the students to share their completed work with the class.

Assessment:

Observe the students as they work to identify and arrange the numbers from least to greatest/ greatest to least.

Collect the students' work and check for accuracy and understanding of the concept.

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