Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Kindergarten Counting - K.CC.7
How to Learn to Match Numbers to Words - To teach a young child about matching numbers to words can be tricky. However, you have to keep a few things in mind before you go through with it. Firstly, it's better to give them physical objects rather than drawing objects on the board. For instance, give them 5 apples and write “five” on an index card. With such activities, the children will remember the number and its matching word efficiently. You can also create songs that create different songs or poems to help the children learn to count and matching numbers. You have to be creative in your approach and use lots of real-world examples to make them understand the concept. These lessons and worksheets help students learn the words that represent numbers.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Words and Numbers Step-by-Step Lesson- Match the integer to the word or words for the number.
- Guided Lesson - You get prompts to start and then we ask you to write the words.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - I wrote an explanation. It was tough not just saying, you need to learn your Dolch sight words for these numbers.
- Practice Worksheet - You get prompts for half of these and then we ask you to come up with it.
- Matching Worksheet - This should take under 30 seconds to complete.
- Guided Lesson- Extremely basic for students that are brand new to this.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the words and the numbers from several choices.
- Numbers for the Words Worksheet- You are giving the words, now show us the numbers.
- Step-by-Step Lesson - This one walk you to and through the basic concept.
- Prompted Words for the Number Guided- We give you a list of all of the numbers and words to work off of.
- Prompted Words for the Number Guided Lesson Explanation- These work really well for students that are absent or need to work on it alone.
- Words for the Number Worksheet- This is a straight up memory exercise. Can be used as a quick quiz.