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Associating Numbers With Sets Having Objects 0 to 10

Associating Numbers With Sets Having Objects 0 to 10

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Associating Numbers with Sets Having Objects 0 to 10 
I. Learning Objectives Cognitive:
Associate numbers with sets having objects 0 to 10
Psychomotor:
Draw objects from 0 to 10
Affective:
Enjoy counting objects 0 to 10
II. Learning Content Skill:
Associating numbers with sets having 0 to 10 objects
Reference:
BEC PELC I A 1.6
Materials:
number cards, cut outs of objects, real objects
Value:
Enjoyment in doing one's work 
III. Learning Experiences A. Preparatory Activities1. Drill
Arrange the sets in one-more order; one-less order.
2. Review
Compare sets using fewer than, more than, as many as.
 
3. Motivation
Let the pupils sing this song to the tune of “Ten Little Indians”.One little, two littleThree little, five little sixLittle ducklings.Seven little, eight little Nine little ducklingsTen little Duffy Ducks
B. Developmental Activities1. Presentation 
a. Present real objects one at a time and have the class and individual pupils indentifythem by giving the number.
 
Example:How many books do you see? (1 book) b. Present cutouts of different objects.c. Ask:- How many mangoes are there? (3)- How many balls are there? (6)- How many leaves are there? (5)- How many thumbtacks are there? (10)- How many triangles are there? (7)- How many pots are there? (4)
2. Fixing Skills/Practice
 Using flashcards with different number of objects on it, let the pupils tell the number of objects on each card.
 
3. Generalization 
How did we know the number of objects in a set?We can tell the number of objects or pictures by counting.
Valuing:
Did you enjoy our activities? Which activity? Why?
C. Application 
1. Draw a line to connect the pictures to the correct number. 2. Group the pupils inot three. Let each group draw on the board different objects that areinside the classroom and have them write the number. Pupils take turns in answering,drawing and writing numbers of objects drawn. 
IV. Evaluation
 A. Write on the blank the numeral equal to the number of objects shown in the picture. 

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