Name
Maths repetition of the first grade
Topic
Geometric bodies and characters/Addition and subtraction up to 20
Learning time
45 minutes
Designed learning time
45 minutes
Size of class
20
Description
Repeat the first class math through games and songs. Repetition of geometric bodies and characters and addition and subtraction of to 20.
Mode of delivery
Classroom-based
Aims
- to recognize and to name geometric bodies: cube, cuboid, pyramid, roller and sphere - to recognize and to name geometric characters; square, rectangle, triangle, circle - repeat addition and subtraction of numbers by 20
Outcomes
Define, Recognise, Summarise, Calculate, Demonstrate, Summarise, Play
Editor
anjas
Game: Geometric bodies
10 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    10
    20
    0
    Game rules: The students, together with the teacher, enter the circle formation by singing the first part of the song. During that time one pupil is standing within the circle. At the moment when geometrical bodies are to be summed up, students stand and turn face to pupils in the middle of the circle showing great models of geometric bodies. The students list their names. After that, turn back and continue to enter the circular column at the rhythm of the final part of the poem. SONG: We are geometric bodies, We have beautiful colorful suits. CUBE, CUBOID, PYRAMID, ROLLER, SPHERE. We are geometric bodies, We have beautiful colorful suits.
Notes:
Materials: models or pictures of geometric bodies
Resources linked: 0
Game: Geometric characters
10 minutes)
  • Collaborate
    10
    20
    0
    Game rules: We put students into the formation of the circle, and then dance to the rhythm of the song. The wheel stops when we start naming geometric characters while at the same time the pupil in the middle of the circle shows their models. The final part of the song is dancing in the wheel. SONG: Now let's play all the geometric characters. SQUARE, RECTANGLE, TRIANGLE, CIRCLE Now let's play all the geometric characters, geometric characters.
Notes:
Materials: models or pictures of geometric characters
Resources linked: 0
Game: Bingo
25 minutes)
  • Practice
    25
    20
    1
    Game rules: Each pupil in front of him has a cardboard - a table with different combinations of numbers. The teacher draws the numbers from the bag and reads the task, eg: calculate the sum of numbers 10 and 4. The students have to calculate the assignment. If the task solution is written on their carton, then the field is covered by a circle. The goal is to cover all 15 fields as soon as possible. The pupil who does this first loudly exclaims BINGO!
Notes:
Materials: big bord (big table) with the numbers entered from 1 to 20 for the teacher, cardboards (a rectangle with five rows and three columns) where are 15 numbers for students, circular crossing circles, little bag with numbers
Resources linked: 0

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