1. Topic


2. Content

This lesson is to teach the children the order that numbers are
suppose to go in. 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1. Help the children to learn their numbers.
2. Teach them that numbers go in a certain order.
3. Help the children to understand why numbers have to be in a certain
order. 


4. Objectives

1. See how much the children already know about number.
2 Help them to learn how to count in the order that numbers come..
3. Teach them to recognize a number when they see it. 


5. Materials and Aids

Paper, pencil, flash cards, paint, brush, apron and work table. 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1. first I would let the children get set up at the tables.
2.Secondly I would give the children instructions about what they
are suppose to do and if they don't understand I will explain it to
them again until they have a thorough understanding.
3. I will then let them get started and walk around and observe to
see which children are doing good and which ones need my assistant. 


B. Development
1.I would help the children learn by making this a fun activity.
2. Let the children use their creative mines to learn their numbers
by following directions.
3. If I see where they have done something wrong I will assist them
to understand what I want done. 


C. Practice
1.I will show them what I want done by doing an illustration.
2. walk around and observe and let the children that understand help
the ones that don't.
3.Keep my eyes on the children at all time and make sure everything
is going according to the plan that I prepared. 


D. Independent Practice
1.See which children catch on faster without understanding.
2. To see how much assistance is needed by the children who don't
quite understand.
3. see how well the lesson is going overall. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1. For the children who are having problems I or one of my other
staff members will assist them to make sure they have a complete understanding
of the lesson.
2. Reassure the children that are behind that they can do the work.
3. Always talk positive to the children 


F. Checking for understanding
1. Ask the children if they understand clearly.
2. Ask them what part they don't understand.
3. Get them to explain to you what they have done. 


G. Closure
1.The majority of the children have successfully completely their
assignment with little or no assistance.
2. The children who were having problems are now on the right track
they just needed further instructions and assistance. 


7. Evaluation

1.Overall it worked well and help the children to learn the order
of numbers and it gave a chance to teach themselves some things they
didn't realized that they could do. 


8. Teacher Reflection

I was very proud of the success of my students because they were
learning, having fun and helping one another at the same time. 

