The ability to compare numbers with ease is crucial to understanding the relationship between numbers, also called number sense. The abstract nature of number sense makes extra practice crucial. This guided lesson helps kindergarteners to learn this skill with targeted instruction and engaging exercises. Further opportunities for practice can be found in the comparing numbers worksheets suggested to go along with this lesson.
In kindergarten, kids will learn all about sorting and classifying. This skill is a building block for math and science concepts to come in the later grades. Knowing how to group numbers, for example, builds a key understanding of numerical concepts. This lesson focuses on sorting and classifying skills for kindergarteners, and comes complete with suggested worksheets for extended learning.
Objects have different textures and feel. Is it soft like a cat's fur? Is it rough like sandpaper? Is it smooth like a slide? This worksheet wlill have your students identifying objects by the way they feel.
Let’s eat! In this food-themed lesson, students will explore categorizing foods such as fruits and vegetables. This lesson can easily be integrated into a unit on food and can be extended to include other types of food.