Lesson Plan

Patterns on a 1–100 Number Chart and Number Line

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Objectives

Students will develop strategies for recognizing numbers from 1 to 100. Students will:

  • identify number patterns.

  • count by tens.

  • determine “one more” or “one less” than a number.

  • determine “ten more” or “ten less” than a number.

  • determine the number of tens and ones that compose a number.


Essential Questions

  • How, when, and why do we represent, compare, and order numbers?


Vocabulary

[IS.1 - All Students]

  • More: Greater in amount, degree, or number.

  • Less: Not as great in amount or quantity.


Duration

60–90 minutes [IS.2 - All Students]


Prerequisite Skills


Materials

  • overhead projector

  • transparency with a 1–100 number chart (see M-1-3-2_Hundreds Chart in the Resources folder)

  • large poster or pocket chart labeled 1–100

  • copies of Complete the Hundreds Chart (see M-1-3-2_Complete the Hundreds Chart in the Resources folder)

  • transparency of Complete the Hundreds Chart (see M-1-3-2_Complete the Hundreds Chart in the Resources folder)

  • copies of Arrow Spinner (see M-1-3-2_Arrow Spinner in the Resources folder)

  • Arrow Spinner 2 (see M-1-3-2_Arrow Spinner 2 in the Resources folder)

  • scissors, one for each student

  • game marker

  • copies of Fill in Missing Numbers (see M-1-3-2_Fill in Missing Numbers in the Resources folder).

  • blank page for covering transparency

  • window activity page (see M-1-3-2_Number Puzzles in the Resources folder)

  • three hundreds charts copied on three different colors of paper (laminate for durability) (see M-1-3-2_Hundreds Chart in the Resources folder)

  • three large envelopes or plastic bags to hold puzzle pieces


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Eileen

Eileen

There are some good suggestions. I've always found number lines and hundred charts to be helpful for first graders.

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