# GR. PK Unit: Lesson Seed: Matching Numeral to a Set

**Essential Questions: **

• What do numbers convey? (identify amount--Cardinal; name position --ordinal; indicated location --nominal)

• How can numbers be expressed, ordered, and compared?

• What are different ways to count? ( count all, count one, count back, skip count, count groups)

• What are efficient ways to count? (count up, (or back) from largest number, count sets of items, count to/using landmark numbers)

• How can numbers be decomposed into other numbers or composed into another number?

### Lesson Plans and Seeds

**LESSON SEED:** COUNTING TO FIND OUT "HOW MANY"

**LESSON SEED:**ARRANGE & COMPARE SETS USING ONE-TO-ONE CORRESPONDENCE

**LESSON SEED:**CONSERVATION

**LESSON SEED:**CARDINALITY & CONSERVATION

**LESSON SEED:**ONE MORE

**LESSON SEED:**BUILDING SETS

**LESSON SEED:**MATCHING SETS OF OBJECTS TO NUMERALS

**LESSON SEED:**NUMBER OF THE DAY

**LESSON SEED:**SUBITIZING

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**Unit Overview**

**Content Emphasis By Clusters in Grade pk**

**Progressions from Common Core State Standards in Mathematics**

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Lesson seeds are ideas that can be used to build a lesson aligned to the CCSS. Lesson seeds are not meant to be all-inclusive, nor are they substitutes for instruction. When developing lessons from these seeds, teachers must consider the needs of all learners. It is also important to build checkpoints into the lessons where appropriate formative assessment will inform a teachers instructional pacing and delivery.

**Standard(s):**

PK.CC.B.5 Represent a number (0-5, then to 10) by producing a set of objects with concrete materials, pictures and/or numerals (with 0 representing a count of no objects).

**Purpose/Big Idea:**

Matching a numeral (0-5, then to 10) with a set of objects.
**Materials:**

**Activity:**

**Setting:** Small group (3-5 students)

##### Notes:

##### Activity:

Have children explore different amounts:

- For children who struggled, go down 0-3.
- For children who are able to create a set through 5, you may want to continue with sets up to 10. You may want to try 6, then 7, etc to ensure the child has grasped the concept.

To extend this experience, or to create a center for additional practice, students can use the Frog Game.

##### Additional Set/Numeral Game Ideas are shown at: