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.)

-Review the concept of counting by 5s, starting at any number (e.g. count by 5s starting at 3: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28, 33, 38, 43, 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.< Brain Break

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.< Brain Break

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.< Brain Break

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.< Brain Break

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.< Brain Break

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

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.< Brain Break

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.< -Brain Break

Have the child play a 10-related game or activity (e.g. 10

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