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## Math Lesson Plan

Marlene Said:

What kind of questions could I ask in a math lesson plan on currency conversion?

http://www.blackstump.com.au/homework.ht…

Carol Said:

Looking for a Preschool Math lesson plan.?

math is:
counting
sorting
placing objects in order
measuring
estimating
comparing

With the farm animal theme you could:
have the children sort plastic animals. There are a ton of ways to sort them:
by color
by type
hair/feathers
number of legs
lay eggs or not

You can create sequencing cards, like an egg, baby chick, then chicken.

They can count plastic animals.

You can have the children sort seeds in a muffin tin according to type.

Stamping Patterns
Use farm animal rubber stamps to create a simple pattern on the top half of a piece of paper. Ask your child to help you recreate the patterm on the bottom half of the paper. Tip: Start with one stamp, and have your child pick which stamp you used. Start slowly and work your way up to more complicated patterns.

How Many Kernels?
Place some popcorn kernels into a clear plastic container. Have the children guess how many kernels are in the container. Record each child guess. Then count them together.

Hot Potato
Featured on Yummy Yummy by the Wiggles
Play hot potato with the children. Have the children sit in a circle. You can pick an object to be the potato or play with a real one. Sing "Hot Potato, Hot Potato, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10." The child that has the potato on ten goes in the center of the circle, called the pot.

Five little Ducks
Five little ducks, went out to play (hold up five fingers)
over the hills, and far away, (hold hand to eyebrows)
When the mother duck went "Quack Quack Quack"
Four little Ducks came waddling back.
(make wings with arms and move elbows up and down)
Continue to count down until there are no little ducks then sing:
No little ducks went out to play,
Over the hills and far away,
When the mother duck went "QUACK, QUACK, QUACK,"
Five little ducks came waddling back.

Potatoes
One potato, two potato,
Three potato, four,
Five potato, six potato,
Seven potato, more!

Muffin Math Center
Place pieces of paper numbered 1 through 6 in the bottom on a muffin tin. Supply the children with many beans or plastic farm animals to place in the tins. They will place one object in the "1" tin and two in the "2" and so on. The items you use can be theme based or items from your class such as toy animals, beads, blocks, counting chips, dry pasta.

You can have the children place the plastic farm animals in order from smallest to largest.

Just message me if you need more ideas. Or drop by my webpage and ask on the boards:)
http://www.123child.com/bb/

Good luck:) Amber

Donna Said:

I need help with a math lesson plan?

The communication standard is simply that students should analyze their own thinking and be able to communicate it to others.

http://standards.nctm.org/document/chapt…

any lesson will work. If you organize your students in groups and have them chart out and share, you can focus their thinking and highlight some of the most interesting approaches and mathematically accurate answers.

You said it in your question: why not check the nctm sweb site.. they have hundreds of lesson starters. Only you can decide where your kids are.. here is the link:

http://illuminations.nctm.org/Lessons.as…

Francisco Said:

Lesson plan for Halloween having to do with math?