1. Topic-
Easter Egg Hunt Counting
2. Content-
eggs, counting, tally, color, how much?
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. find eggs
2.Identify number amount of eggs per color
3. tally and record
4. student can also draw and color their observations for visual learners or adapted learning
4. Objectives-
1. cooperation and sharing eggs with friends
2. identify number amounts
3. communicate their observations and findings and record answers using tally
5. Materials and Aids-
foil eggs ( no peanuts)
egg tally chart paper
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. discuss Easter with students
2. ask questions did you ever go on a Easter hunt?
3. How would we behave on a Easter hunt

B. Development-

1. The classroom expectations for the Easter hunt and model good behavior
2.How do we know we are ready for Easter hunt?
3. Have students take their time finding the eggs.

C. Practice-

1. show the students how to find eggs
2. show students how to tally eggs
3. Show students how to share eggs to students that could not find any.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Identify color
2. tally correct number of eggs and color math
3. sharing with friends and positive behavior

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Eggs are colored for kids on work sheet
2. Have an EA help find eggs
3. Have a number chart to help kids count and tally

F. Checking for understanding-

1. How much did you find and record
2. What colors did you find?
3. How did people feel about the egg hunt?
4. What did you like or not like about the egg hunt?

G. Closure-

1. Who had a great time? Tomorrow we practice counting eggs in class
2. I hope you will enjoy your Easter treat!
7. Evaluation-
1. Some children put the the eggs on the sheet and counted. Used tally marks
2. some just wrote the number down
3. some students drawn the amount they see
8. Teacher Reflection-
Repeat to the students next lesson that they record the number with a drawing and a number and a tally to extend learning.

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