# Sweet Treats - Lesson for Preschool, Chapter - Things That I Eat

In the "Sweet Treats" lesson, designed specifically for preschoolers under the "Things That I Eat" chapter in the "World Around Us" unit, young learners will embark on a deliciously educational journey. Through this lesson, students will be introduced to the concept of numbers 1, 2, and 3, utilizing the engaging theme of sweet treats to capture their interest and enhance their understanding. This introduction is crucial as it lays the foundation for future mathematical skills, such as counting, addition, and subtraction, by associating them with relatable and enjoyable elements from their daily lives.

This lesson is important for several reasons. First, it helps in developing early numeracy skills in a fun and engaging way, making learning less intimidating and more accessible for young minds. Secondly, by associating learning with something as enjoyable as sweet treats, it fosters a positive attitude towards education and learning in general. Moreover, the Assessment 1 Worksheet included in the lesson enables teachers to evaluate the students' understanding and grasp of the numbers 1, 2, and 3, providing a clear indication of their learning progress and areas that might require additional attention.

Estimated classroom time: 3 min
Chapter: Things That I Eat
Unit: World Around Us
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Numbers 1, 2 and 3: Assessment 1 Worksheet
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This bright and colorful numbers assessment worksheet is a super-easy way for you to get a better picture of where your little mathematician is when it comes to numeral representation. This free worksheet offers sweet treats to your child and lets them have a visible image to use when deciding whether there are 1, 2 or 3 delightful objects shown. One-to-one representation is important for foundational math skills, and this PDF lets you help your child strengthen those early-counting skills!