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Title: Introduction to Number Notation

Objective: - To introduce nursery 1 students to number notation - To help students recognize and identify numbers from 1 to 10 - To develop basic counting skills

Materials: - Number flashcards (1-10) - Whiteboard or chart paper - Markers or colored pencils - Counting objects (e.g., blocks, toys, or stickers) - Worksheets or coloring pages with numbers 1-10

Procedure:

1. Introduction (5 minutes):
• Greet the students and gather them in a circle.
• Show the number flashcards one by one, from 1 to 10, and ask the students to repeat each number after you.
• Encourage students to count along with you as you display the flashcards.
2. Number Recognition Activity (10 minutes):
• Distribute the number flashcards to the students.
• Ask the students to hold up the correct flashcard when you call out a number.
• Repeat this activity a few times, gradually increasing the speed to challenge the students.
3. Counting Objects (10 minutes):
• Give each student a small set of counting objects (e.g., blocks, toys, or stickers).
• Instruct the students to count the objects and place them in a line on their desk.
• Walk around the classroom, providing assistance and encouragement as needed.
4. Number Formation (10 minutes):
• Write the numbers 1 to 10 on the whiteboard or chart paper.
• Demonstrate how to form each number, emphasizing the correct stroke order.
• Have the students practice writing each number on their own mini whiteboards or on worksheets.
5. Coloring Activity (10 minutes):
• Distribute worksheets or coloring pages with numbers 1 to 10.
• Instruct the students to color each number using the corresponding number of colors (e.g., color the number 3 with three different colors).
• Encourage creativity and praise their efforts.
6. Recap and Conclusion (5 minutes):
• Review the numbers 1 to 10 with the students, asking them to identify each number.
• Ask a few students to share their favorite part of the lesson or something new they learned.
• Thank the students for their participation and enthusiasm.

Extension Activities (optional): - Play a number recognition game using flashcards or a number chart. - Create a number line on the classroom wall and have students place stickers or drawings of objects next to each number. - Use counting songs or rhymes to reinforce number recognition and counting skills.

Assessment: - Observe students’ participation and engagement during the activities. - Check students’ ability to recognize and identify numbers during the number recognition activity. - Assess students’ number formation skills during the writing practice. - Review completed worksheets or coloring pages for accuracy and understanding.