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Learning about Length for littles!
In this one time course children will be introduced to measuring different items and putting them in order from shortest to tallest.
Meredith Marie Hoffman
84 total reviews for this teacher
6 reviews for this class
Completed by 27 learners
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The children will learn about length and putting objects in order from the tallest to the shortest. The children will learn to start using math terms, including the longest, long, short, shortest, and about the same size. I will introduce the idea of measurement and measuring different items with counters. Children will learn that different objects are various sizes, and these items can be put in order. The class will have a mini-lesson on ordering different items by size, and the...
Children will be able to put objects in order from the longest(tallest) to shortest.
Before the class, find at least three different lengthed objects for your child to put in order from the tallest(longest) to the shortest, which will be done during our class. Different things you can order: members of your family, shoes, cups, different items you write with (pencils, markers, pens), ext. If possible, also find ten small counters to use. We will measure with counters. Examples of counters that your child can use are ten coins, ten small blocks or Legos, ten cheerios, ten cotton balls, ext.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meredith Marie HoffmanCertified teacher with a Master's Degree
84 total reviews
149 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Hoffman. I am a certified teacher and have my Master’s degree in Special Education. I have experience both teaching in an elementary school and an online setting. I have a passion for teaching children, and I have known...