tudents will develop skills in comparing lengths, ordering objects by size, and using reference objects for accurate measurement. They will also enhance their critical thinking and problem-solving abilities through hands-on activities
To help your child practice the count on strategy for addition at home, you can use everyday objects like toys or snacks. Start with a simple addition problem, like 3 + 2. Have your child count on from the larger number (in this case, 3) by using their fingers. They would say, "3...4, 5," to find the answer. You can also create flashcards with addition problems and encourage them to count on to find the solutions. Practice regularly to reinforce their understanding of this strategy.
This lesson helps students understand the concept of length through hands-on tasks that require them to compare lengths of different objects directly or indirectly. By engaging in activities such as ordering objects by size or measuring with reference objects, students develop a solid understanding of how length is measured and compared.