# Kindergarten Concept Of The Number 5 Lesson Plan Example

## Topic: introducing and revising the number 5

### Objectives & Outcomes

• By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and trace the number 5 on a number line.

### Materials

• Pencils
• Paper
• Number lines (either drawn on the board or provided as handouts)

### Warm-up

• Review the concept of counting by 1s, starting at any number (e.g. count by 1s starting at 3: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, etc.)

### Direct Instruction

• Introduce the number 5 and show 5 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 5 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).
• Show the number 5 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 5 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 5 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 5-related game or activity (e.g. 5-second freeze, where the child must freeze for 5 seconds whenever you say the word "five"; 5-minute maze, where the child must find their way through a maze within 5 minutes; etc.).<
Wrap-up
• Review the number 5 and its corresponding counting words (e.g. "one, two, three, four, five").
• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).
• Show the number 5 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.<
Direct Instruction
• Introduce the number 6 and show 6 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 6 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 6 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 6 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 6 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 6-related game or activity (e

### Wrap-up

• Review the number 6 and its corresponding counting words (e.g. "one, two, three, four, five, six").
• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).
• Show the number 6 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.<
Direct Instruction
• Introduce the number 7 and show 7 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 7 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 7 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 7 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 7 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 7-related game or activity (e.g. 7-minute shake, where the child must shake one object for 7 minutes; 7-second freeze, where the child must freeze for 7 seconds whenever you say the word "seven"; etc.).<
Wrap-up
• Review the number 7 and its corresponding counting words (e.g. "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven").
• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).
• Show the number 7 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.<
Direct Instruction
• Introduce the number 8 and show 8 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 8 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify the

### number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.

• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).
• Show the number 8 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 8 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 8 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 8-related game or activity (e.g. 8-minute shake, where the child must shake one object for 8 minutes; 8-second freeze, where the child must freeze for 8 seconds whenever you say the word "eight"; etc.).<
Wrap-up
• Review the number 8 and its corresponding counting words (e.g. "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight").
• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 8 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.<
Direct Instruction
• Introduce the number 9 and show 9 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 9 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify thenumber on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 9 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 9 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 9 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 9-related game or activity (e.g. 9-minute shake, where the child must shake one object for 9 minutes; 9-second freeze, where the child must freeze for 9 seconds whenever you say the word "nine"; etc.).<
Wrap-up
• Review the number 9 and its corresponding counting words

### (e.g. "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine").

• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 9 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.<
Direct Instruction
• Introduce the number 10 and show 10 objects.
• Ask the child to repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 10 objects with you.
• Ask the child to identify thenumber on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 10 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 10 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.-Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 10 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 10-related game or activity (e.g. 10-minute shake, where the child must shake one object for 10 minutes; 10-second freeze, where the child must freeze for 10 seconds whenever you say the word "ten"; etc.).<
Wrap-up
• Review the number 10 and its corresponding counting words(e.g. "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten").
• Have the child repeat the number after you and encourage them to gesture with their fingers to show the number.
• Ask the child to identify the number on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects.
• Have the child name the number on the number chart corresponding to a given number of objects (e.g. if you have 3 objects, ask the child to name the number 3).-Show the number 10 on a number chart and have the child identify the number.
• Have the child identify the number 10 on a number chart corresponding to a given number of objects. -Have the child count by 1s and by 5s up to 10 objects with you, using a number chart if needed.<
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• Have the child play a 10-related game or activity (e.g. 10