Kindergarten Small Group Guided Mathis packed with engaging activities!
These small group math units were designed to help your little mathematicians gain a deeper understanding of mathematics during your small group guided math time. This module focuses on Measurement.
This unit is part of a year-long small group math bundle that covers all of the math standards for kindergarten.
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For these units, we used the CPA approach which was developed by Jerome Bruner.
Research has shown that it is a highly effective approach to teaching that develops a deep and sustainable understanding of math. Using the CPA method (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract)
students are given the opportunity to experiment with mathematics in a variety of ways. We used this method as we developed the lessons in this unit.
Each lesson follows an intentional format:
★Math Fluency Warm-Up
★Math Journal Activities to practice the skill
Each lesson will provide the students with opportunities practice measurement.
The lessons in this unit are:
✎Pre Test for measurement
✎Lesson 1: Comparing two objects using bigger, smaller
✎Lesson 2: Comparing three objects using the terms bigger, smaller
✎Lesson 3: Comparing objects using the terms longer, shorter
✎Lesson 4: Comparing objects using the terms longer, shorter
✎Lesson 5: Ordering objects from smallest to largest
✎Lesson 6: Ordering objects from shortest to longest
✎Lesson 7: Comparing three objects using the terms taller, shorter, same
✎Lesson 8: Comparing three objects using the terms taller, shorter, same
✎Lesson 9: Building towers and comparing lengths
✎Lesson 10: Building towers and comparing lengths
✎Lesson 11: Weight determining which object weighs more
✎Lesson 12: Weight determining which object weighs more
✎Lesson 13: Ordering objects from lightest to heaviest
✎Lesson 14: Ordering objects from heaviest to lightest
✎Lesson 15: Capacity
✎Lesson 16: Capacity
✎Lesson 17: Measuring with snap cubes
✎Lesson 18: Measuring with snap cubes
✎Lesson 19: Using a balance scale to measure weight
✎Lesson 20: Using a balance scale to measure weight
✎Post Test for measurement
☀Lots of hands on
☀Journal activities and printables
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