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
You can check to see if there is the same number of objects in each set by drawing lines to match.
The number of squirrels is the same as the number of acorns.
Each squirrel can have its own acorn.
Exercises
Complete the exercises.
1.
Circle the set that shows one leaf for each caterpillar.
Students should have circled the set of three leaves.
1
.
Correct
Incorrect
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2.
Circle the set that shows one tent for each boy.
Students should have circled the set of five tents.
2
.
Correct
Incorrect
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3.
Circle the set that shows one flower for each butterfly.
Students should have circled the set of two flowers.
3
.
Correct
Incorrect
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4.
Circle the set that shows one log for each frog.
Students should have circled the set of four logs.
4
.
Correct
Incorrect
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5.
Circle the set that shows one squirrel for each tree.
Students should have circled the set of two squirrels.
5
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned