# Logic and Early Math Lesson - Make a Group to Match Numerals, 1,2, and 3, Preschool

In the lesson "Make a Group to Match Numerals," preschool students embark on an engaging journey to master the foundational concept of counting to 5, crucial for their arithmetic skills development. This lesson is part of the Counting to 5 unit, covering Chapters 1, 2, and 3. Through interactive worksheets such as Counting Flowers, Bees in Threes, and Match Numerals 1-3 to their Quantities, learners will not only practice counting but also enhance their ability to associate numbers with their corresponding quantities - a key skill in understanding the value and sequence of numbers.

By the end of this lesson, students will have learned to confidently identify and match numerals 1-3 with specific groups of objects. This is important because it lays the groundwork for numerical literacy, enabling children to comprehend more complex mathematical concepts in future learning. Acquiring this skill early on fosters a child's analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and promotes a positive attitude towards learning mathematics. Moreover, these activities are designed to be both educational and entertaining, ensuring that students remain engaged and motivated throughout their learning experience.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: 1,2, and 3
Unit: Counting to 5
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1st
3:00 min
Counting Flowers Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Bees in Threes Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
4:00 min
Match Numerals 1-3 to their Quantities
Quiz
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• ### Activity 1 / Counting Flowers Worksheet

Flower Power is the best, and when it comes to basic counting, this free PDF will help your child work on basic number sense and counting using colorful one-to-one representation. They'll look at the numeral before each group of flowers and then count the flowers in each group so they can match the correct number of flowers to the correct number. They will think they're just playing a fun matching game, but they'll be building basic number sense while they do.

• ### Activity 2 / Bees in Threes Worksheet

They're the first numbers your child will learn—1, 2, 3! We use those numbers for just about everything—taking turns at the water fountain and even starting races at recess. With this bee-lightful worksheet, your child will count the bees in each group and then using the traceable lines, connect the groups of three to the number three. They won't even know they're working on math skills—they'll just think this free PDF is the Bee's Knees!

• ### Activity 3 / Match Numerals 1-3 to their Quantities - Quiz

This quiz assesses students’ ability to match cardinal numbers to their quantities.