# Introduction to Numbers 65-70 Number Work Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 7

Subject: Number Work

Topic : Introduction to Numbers 65-70

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: Week 7

Age: 5 years

Topic: Number Work

Sub-topic: Introduction to Numbers 65-70

Duration: 45 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

• Students will be able to skip count in twos.
• Students will read and identify numbers 65-70 using number cards.
• Students will pronounce and write the numbers correctly.
• Students will match objects to the corresponding numbers.

Key Words: Numbers, skip count, identify, pronounce, write, match, objects

Set Induction: Let’s start our lesson by counting together in twos!

Entry Behaviour: Can you tell me what numbers come after 64 and before 71?

Learning Resources and Materials:

• Number cards
• Toys for counting
• Concrete objects
• Flashcards

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge: We’ve learned about numbers before, and today we’ll learn some new ones!

Embedded Core Skills: Numeracy, communication, critical thinking

Learning Materials:

• Reference book: Lagos State Scheme of Work
• Flashcards
• Number cards

Instructional Materials:

• Whiteboard
• Marker
• Visual aids of numbers

Content: Today, we’ll learn about numbers 65 to 70. We’ll skip count in twos, read and identify these numbers using number cards, pronounce and write them, and match objects to the correct numbers.

Questions:

1. What number comes after 64?
• a) 65
• b) 66
• c) 67
• d) 68
2. Write the missing number: 65, __, 67, 68, 69
3. How do you skip count in twos?
• a) Counting by ones
• b) Counting by threes
• c) Counting by fives
• d) Counting by twos
4. Which number is before 70?
• a) 68
• b) 69
• c) 70
• d) 71
5. Count and write the numbers from 65 to 70.
6. Match the numbers with the correct number of objects: [Number cards and objects]
7. What number comes after 69?
• a) 68
• b) 69
• c) 70
• d) 71
8. Write the missing number: 70, 69, __, 67, 66
9. How many numbers are there between 65 and 70?
• a) 4
• b) 5
• c) 6
• d) 7
10. Count and write the numbers from 70 to 65.

Class Activity Discussion:

1. Q: How do we skip count in twos? A: We count by adding two to each number. For example, 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on.
2. Q: What number comes after 64? A: The number after 64 is 65.
3. Q: How many numbers are there between 65 and 70? A: There are six numbers between 65 and 70.

Presentation:

• Step 1: Let’s revise our previous lesson on numbers and skip counting.
• Step 2: Now, let’s introduce the new numbers 65 to 70.
• Step 3: We’ll practice skip counting in twos, reading, writing, and matching objects to the correct numbers.

Teacher’s Activities:

• Introducing new numbers.
• Guiding students in activities.

Learners’ Activities:

• Participating in skip counting.
• Identifying and pronouncing numbers.
• Matching objects to numbers.

Evaluation Questions:

1. What number comes after 64?
• a) 65
• b) 66
• c) 67
• d) 68
2. Write the missing number: 65, __, 67, 68, 69
3. How do you skip count in twos?
• a) Counting by ones
• b) Counting by threes
• c) Counting by fives
• d) Counting by twos
4. Which number is before 70?
• a) 68
• b) 69
• c) 70
• d) 71
5. Count and write the numbers from 65 to 70.
6. Match the numbers with the correct number of objects: [Number cards and objects]
7. What number comes after 69?
• a) 68
• b) 69
• c) 70
• d) 71
8. Write the missing number: 70, 69, __, 67, 66
9. How many numbers are there between 65 and 70?
• a) 4
• b) 5
• c) 6
• d) 7
10. Count and write the numbers from 70 to 65.

Conclusion: Well done, everyone! Today, we learned about numbers 65 to 70 and practiced skip counting in twos. Keep up the good work, and see you next time!