Identify and match equivalent sets of objects
Objectives
Student will be able to:
compare sets of objects.
use one-to-one correspondence.
identify and match sets that have the same number of objects.
Introduction
Mr. Gomez is planting flowers in pots.
Does he have one pot for each flower?
Check by drawing a line to match each flower to a pot.
Each flower will have its own pot.
Examples
1.
Circle the set that shows one bouquet for each bride.
2.
Color the set that shows one row of plants for each marker.
Try Together
Complete the exercises.
1.
Color the set that shows one plant for each watering can.
Students should have colored the set of five plants.
2.
Circle the set that shows one vase for each flower.
Students should have circled the set of three vases.
3.
Circle the set that shows one shovel for each packet of seeds.
Students should have circled the set of four shovels.
4.
Color the set that shows one scarecrow for each field.
Students should have colored the set with two scarecrows.
Please evaluate the student's answers:
Excellent
Good
Okay