# Material: Chart Paper

## Who Sank the Boat?

In this lesson, children will be introduced to weight and balance experiences and apply these experiences at the water table.

## What Comes in Twos, Threes and Fours?

In this lesson, children will be able to recognize, sort and differentiate objects in groups of two, three and four.

## Uno

In this lesson, children will practice sorting not-number cards from number cards and develop their number sense by identifying similar numbers, one below a number and one above a number.

## Tally It Up

In this lesson, children will organize and present tally sticks/marks to represent the number counted.

## What’s in a Name?

In this lesson, children will count, compare, contrast and graph the number of letters in their names.

## Shape of Things

In this lesson, children will learn to identify the various attributes of 3-D shapes (cube, cone, sphere, cylinder, pyramid, prism) through games and Play-doh construction.

## Picture Pie Fractions

In this lesson, children will identify parts of a whole and create pictures using a whole circle, a half circle, a quarter circle and an eighth of a circle.

## One, Two, Skip a Few

In this lesson, children will use skip counting by fives and tens to count large quantities of math manipulatives.

## Ordinal Number Sort with the Hungry Caterpillar

In this lesson, children will follow the eating patterns of the hungry caterpillar and sort the caterpillar’s snacks according to the sequence in which they are eaten.

## How Many Legos Tall?

In this lesson, children will use a nonstandard unit of measurement such as LEGO blocks to measure objects in their environment.