“Matching” develops fundamental grouping and numeral recognition skills as your child connects numerals with groups of objects.
Point to the number for how many checkers you have!”
Assemble the objects into different groups: a group with 1 eraser, a group with 2 pencils… a group with 10 pennies. Have your child match the Sightwords Number Matching sheets with the different stacks of objects depending on how many objects are in the pile.
Adult: Count the erasers
Child: One! [Touches first eraser]
Two! [Touches second eraser]
Three! [Touches third eraser]
Adult: Good. Which number is 3.
Child: [Touches number 3]
Adult: Good job! Now place the erasers on top of the number 3
Child: [Moves 3 erasers onto the number 3]
If your child matches the wrong number with a stack of objects, then have your child re-count the objects.
Child: [Matches 2 pencils with the number 8] Four!↑ Top
Adult: Oh no! Let’s try again.
Count the objects again.
Child: One. [Touches first pencil]
Two. [Touches second pencil]
Adult: Yes, 2. Now match 2 with the correct numeral.
Child: Two. [Moves 2 pencils onto the number 2]
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3 Responses to “MC5: Matching”
I am a teacher….I loved all the teaching stuff and videos
I have a question not a comment. Do you recommend laminating your sheets?
ADMIN – Hi Monique,
Some of my colleagues laminate the entire set over the summer, that way they hold up a little better to the kids handling them.
I don’t laminate mine – I just print them on cardstock. If they get old and ratty, then I just print out a new one.
Where can I get the numbers with the blue dots? The picture is featured on the MC 5 Matching page.