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Compare The Number of Toys in Containers
Author: Docentron (J)
Compare what is inside containers. Compare the numbers of toys inside several containers. This game is ideal for playing in class with a group of children, ages 3 and up.
In this chapter, children will be able to learn about numbers, and how to compare them. Each question in this chapter has two containers containing a number of objects. Ask children to compare what’s inside the containers. It is a game for teaching the concept of counting objects in containers (E.g., pocketbook or toys). E.g., one toy in a container, two toys in the other container. Children can play under parents’ supervision using mobile phones or tablets. This game can also be played in class with a group of children. First, the teacher shows the children how to play the game. Then, children can take turns to play.
This chapter aims to improve students’ math skills by comparing the numbers using the words “more than” or “less than”. Five questions are provided for each level; each has two containers with different quantities of toys in each of them. Students are tasked with putting the “greater than”, “less than”, and “equal” signs into the matching questions. Ask them to count how many in each container in a question before dropping a sign between the containers.
This game also introduces new vocabulary to compare quantities: “more than” and “less than”.
This game can be used with the following in class activities:
41 Pocketbook Counting (Nursery 1, Week 4 & 5)
Gather two easy-to-open pocketbooks. Put one little toy in the first, two into the next. Let the children play with the pocketbooks in their own way. As they play, help them see how many toys are in each. Count the toys. See if your children can tell which pocketbook has one toy and which has many. Have extra toys nearby so that the children can have the same number of toys to carry around, if they wish.
More or Less (Kindergarten 2, Week 7 & 8) Place two hula hoops or make two big circles of tape on the floor. Encourage children to join the game. On the count of three, ask them to choose hop on one of the circles. By the time everybody has found their place, count the children in each circle. Challenge them to identify which circle has more children. When they understand the concept, introduce them the signs of more or less (<, >)
233 Symbol of More or Less (Kindergarten 2, Week 7 & 8)
Prepare mats on the floor, form two big mats separately. Prepare flashcards of <, >, and = for more, less and equal respectively. Play the music, ask children to dance. Once the music stopped, they have to be on the 2 big mats. Ask children which mat have more, less or equal amount of children. You can extend the activity by record each session on the paper.
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