Lesson Plan

Hundreds Chart Hunt

Expose your students to numerical sequencing and patterns with an interactive lesson that focuses on identifying, writing, and ordering numbers from 1-100. This lesson can be used alone or with the lesson plan **Popping Numbers.**
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This lesson can be used as a pre-lesson for the Popping Numbers lesson plan.

Objectives

Academic

Students will be able to identify, write, and order numbers from 1-100

Language

Students will be able to describe the relationship between numbers from 1-100 with content-specific vocabulary and prepositional phrases using a visual word bank.

Introduction

(5 minutes)
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  • Introduce prepositions of place with students by reflecting on the order in which students line up to go to lunch.
  • Display the Vocabulary Cards for before, after, and between, and review the definitions.
  • Ask students to remember who was before them in line. Gesture by pointing in front of yourself, and tell students to repeat, "before." Display the sentence frame, "________ was before me in line." Allow students to share with a partner before choosing a few volunteers to share with the class. The first students in line will say that "No one was before me in line."
  • Repeat the procedure, using the sentence frames, "________ was after me in line" and "I was between ________ and ________."
  • Display the Vocabulary Cards for **above **and below, and review the definitions. Model an example such as "I see that the clock is above the whiteboard. I see that the book shelf is below the window."
  • Tell students to look around the classroom and describe to a partner where something is using the sentence frames, "The ________ is above the ________." and "The ________ is below the ________."