# Kindergarten Math And Science Lesson Plan

## Topic: Math and Science

### Objectives & Outcomes:

• Students will be able to understand the basic concepts of math and science and apply them to real-world situations.

### Materials:

• Picture cards with math and science concepts (e.g. addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, geometry, physical science concepts, etc.)
• Chart paper and markers
• Whiteboards and markers

### Warm-up:

• Ask students to raise their hand if they know what math is and explain that it is about numbers and solving problems.
• Show students a few picture cards with simple math problems and have them solve them together as a class.
• Ask students if they know what science is and explain that it is about exploring the world around us and learning about how things work.
• Show students a few picture cards with simple science concepts and have them explain what they know about each one.

### Direct Instruction:

• Introduce the concept of counting to ten using the number cards.
• Demonstrate how to count each number up by one until reaching ten, saying the numbers out loud as you go.
• Show students how to use the number cards to solve simple math problems.
• For example, ask students to find the number that matches the problem on the card (e.g. "What is five more than seven?")
• Introduce the concept of matching shapes to their corresponding sides of a cube.
• Show students a few different cube shapes and have them match them to the corresponding sides on a real cube.
• Demonstrate how to arrange the cube pieces in the correct order to make a cube.
• Introduce the concept of matching colors to their corresponding names.
• Show students a few different color cards and have them match them to the corresponding names.
• Demonstrate how to arrange the cards in the correct order by color.

### Guided Practice

• Divide the class into small groups and give each group a set of number cards and a real cube.
• Have the students work together to solve simple math problems using the number cards.
• Have the students use the cube to solve the problems, showing them how to manipulate the pieces to represent the numbers in the problem.
• Have each group present their solutions to the class, verifying the answers using the number cards.

### Independent Practice

• Give each student a set of number cards and a real cube.
• Have the students work independently to solve simple math problems using the number cards and cube.
• Encourage the students to verbally solve the problems and explain their solutions to the class.

### Closure

• Review the concepts of addition and subtraction with the students using the number cards and cube.
• Ask the students to share any new strategies they learned for solving math problems using numbers and cubes.

### Assessment

• Observe the students during independent practice and provide feedback on their use of math and science skills.
• Evaluate the students' math and science projects to assess their understanding of the concepts covered during the unit.