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1. 1. 2 Year R Comparing and ordering numbers Objectives • Use language such as more or less, greater or smaller, to compare two numbers • Order a given set of numbers: for example, the set of numbers 1 to 6 given in random order IEP • Participate in whole-group activities • Work as part of a small group GEP • Know that a number following another in the counting sequence is bigger Resources Language Hand puppet Bigger, smaller, less than, Counting stick and sticky numbers before, after, next, first Sets of cards with flowers, dots, shapes, etc. last, order Washing line and pegs Simple Starter: whole class counting of one Using the hand puppet, get the children to help it with some simple counting to 20 and back. Do more and this a few times, shouting, whispering, clapping, nodding, etc. Explain that the puppet is just one less learning to count and needs them to help it. The puppet is going to count very quietly to a number and stop and the children have to shout out the next number. Do this a few times and then ask them to shout out the number before the one you stopped at. Make sure that the teacher Model phrases like: 4 comes after 3, 4 is 1 more than 3, 4 is bigger than 3, 3 is smaller than 4, etc. • What number comes first, 4 or 3? • Which number is bigger? • How do you know? Support TA sits with the child with the IEP to help him / her concentrate and join in the activity. Main activity: whole class and small groups Show the children the number stick with numbers stuck on up to 20. Point to a range of numbers and get the children to say together the number that is one more than, one less than, bigger than, smaller than, comes before, etc. Then ask individual children to take off the numbers that you describe. Differentiate the questions for individual children. Ask the children to come and choose the numbers that you describe and stick them on the number line. Ask questions such as: • Which number is 1 more than 6? • Which number comes before 3? • What is the last number?
2. 2. 3 Explain to the children that you have lots of sets of cards which are mixed up and you would like them to help you sort them out. Give each group a set of picture / symbol cards and sticky numbers, making sure they are well shuffled, and tell the children to take one card each. They should then sort themselves in order, then check, and finally choose and stick the correct number on each card. Get them to shuffle the cards and do it again. • Which number comes before this one? • Show me a number that is bigger than this one. • Which number comes last in this group? • Is this number more or less than this one? Get the groups to demonstrate to each other, encouraging them to use appropriate language. Support A small group of children, including the child with the IEP, carry out a similar exercise, but pegging the cards on the washing line. There may be support from a TA. GEP Children take cards off the line in response to questions from the TA or the teacher. If they are right they keep the card. If not, they peg it back on the line. Simplification Numbers up to 6 Challenge Recognise numbers that are 2 more or less than the one described. Plenary: whole class Get the children to help you order a set of cards and peg them on the washing line. Ask how they know a number comes before or after a certain number. Show a number line displaying 3, 6, 8, 14, and 17. Ask the children to tell you a number that is bigger / smaller than or comes before or after those numbers. Next, ask them if they can stick on a number that is bigger or smaller than the number you say. Do this several times, differentiating the questions appropriately.