Overview

Module 4: Comparison of Length, Weight, Capacity, and Numbers to 5

In the first half of Module 4, students identify measurable attributes of objects in terms of length, weight, and capacity. Students learn words such as small, big, short, tall, empty, full, heavy, and light so that they will have the vocabulary needed to describe objects (PK.MD.1). The comparison of length, weight, and capacity naturally leads to discussions about quantity and number. In the second half, measurement is connected to quantity as students reason if there are enough, more than, less than, or the same number of objects in a set using matching and counting strategies (PK.CC.5). Comparing concrete sets leads to comparing quantities and abstract numbers. Children will also focus on identifying first and last in quantities up to 5 and 10 in different configurations (PK.CC.6).

Topic F: Comparison of sets up to 5

Topic G: Comparison of sets including numerals up to 5

Instructional Shifts Support:

Focus -- Achieve the Core, Where to Focus

Coherence -- Jason Zimba & Achieve the Core, Coherence Map

Module Tip Sheet for Parents

These documents provide parents an opportunity to see what their children are learning in the current module including:

- Standards
- Key vocabulary
- Example Problems
- Pictorial Models
- Ideas for how to can help children at home
- Coherence of learning with past and future modules

Week 1: April 11

Notes:

Lesson 3: Omit.

Lesson 3 invites students to measure objects using a variety of straight objects using the same vocabulary from lesson 2. This lesson has been omitted due to pacing concerns. Consider doing part 1 of the Concept Development of lesson 3 during your morning meeting or rug time to review skills and use the activity as homework. Consider putting part 2 of the concept development into your centers.

April 18: Spring Break (No Biweekly #1)

Week 2: April 25

Week 3: May 2

Week 4: May 9

Assessment:

Mid-Module Assessment: Topics A-C

Administer after Lesson 12

Interview style assessment, 2 days

Notes:

Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

PK.MD.1

PK.CC.3a

PK.CC.3ab

PK.CC.3ac

Standards Assessed

(B1, 2, 3, ANet)

PK.MD.1

Week 5: May 16

Week 6: May 23

Week 7: May 30 (4 days)

Week 8: June 6

Module

Topic

Notes:

Lesson 22: Omit.

Lesson 2 invites students to make sets that are the same as a group of object. This lesson has been omitted due to pacing concerns. Consider doing part 1 of the concept development in your morning meeting and part 2 in your centers.

Lesson 25: Omit.

Lesson 25 asks students to create groups and compare them using less than or same as. This lesson has been omitted due to pacing concerns. The students get the same practice with the language by doing lessons 24 & 26.

Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

PK.CC.5

PK.CC.2

PK.CC.1

PK.CC.3

PK.CC.3b

Week 9: June 13

Assessment:

End of Module Assessment: Topics D-G

Administer after lesson 27

Interview style assessment, 2 days

There are 4 topics to assess. In order to save time and because we assessed more than and less than in topic C, only assess topics D, E, and G.

Standards Addressed in Week's Lessons

PK.MD.1

PK.CC.3a

PK.CC.3ab

PK.CC.3ac

Standards Assessed

(B1, 2, 3, ANet)

PK.CC.5

PK.CC.6

Notes: