This unit covers one-to-one correspondence. Your child will learn how to match one item in a set with another item in another set. Hands-on activities and learning tools are provided to help your child practice this concept. There are enough materials for one week of learning, depending on how often you teach math.
The concepts in this pathway are primarily taught from an experiential, hands-on perspective. Children will spend less time reading background information and lessons, and more time engaged in the projects, activities, and other learning tools in the sections below.
|Ways to Use One-to-One Correspondence||(no rating)|
This website gives a pictorial description of different ways to practice matching items in one set to items in another set.
|Worms in My Apples||(no rating)|
Make a fun file folder game to practice one-to-one correspondence.
|Roll for a Snack||(no rating)|
Roll a die for a snack to practice one-to-one correspondence.
Practice one-to-one correspondence by making a book that shows what Mouse had for lunch.
|Egg Carton Matching||(no rating)|
In this activity, an egg carton will have each cup labeled with a number. Your child will read the number and count that many objects into the egg cups.
|Matching Game||(no rating)|
Make a matching game using index cards and pictures. Use the game to have your child match the number of objects on one card to the matching number on another card.
|Matching Mice to Cheese||(no rating)|
Have your child use this worksheet to practice matching one item in a set to another item in a set.
|Number Popcorn||(no rating)|
Your child will use this worksheet to count the number of popcorn kernels (from 1 to 5) and draw a line to the same quantity of popped corn.
|Counting on a Cloud||(no rating)|
This cute online game allows children to practice matching numbers and objects.
|Matching Objects to Numbers||(no rating)|
Your child will use this worksheet to practice drawing a line from each picture to the correct number from 1to 5.
|Number Match||(no rating)|
This worksheet allows your child to practice matching objects (from 1 to 10) to numbers.
|Count & Match||(no rating)|
Your child will count the number of objects on this worksheet and draw a line to the correct number.
|Number Cup Match|
This video shows you, the parent, how to make a matching game with pumpkin seeds and cups.
List of any helpful books, games, toys, kits, lapbooks, curriculum, etc., that may be purchased to enhance the learning experience: