### Sorting a collection of objects based on one attribute

In this lesson, we will learn how to sort a variety of objects according to just one prominent feature at a time.

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## Lessons:

### Sorting a collection of objects based on one attribute

### Sorting a collection of objects in different ways

### Sorting concrete objects to form sets

### Sorting pictures to form a set

### Sorting shapes based on name or colour

### Matching pairs of identical objects

### Matching pairs of related objects

### Matching objects in to equal sets

### Matching objects in to unequal sets

### Comparing sets without counting

### Comparing similar objects by size

### Comparing similar objects that are equal in size

### Ordering objects according to size

### Ordering sets without counting

### A lesson to consolidate classifying, matching, comparing and ordering skills

15 lessons

In this lesson, we will learn how to sort a variety of objects according to just one prominent feature at a time.

In this lesson, we will learn that there can be more than one way to sort objects, focusing on just one attribute at a time.

In this lesson, we will learn to form sets based on a variety of given criteria. This lesson will be based on the use of concrete manuipulates found in the home.

In this lesson, we will learn to form sets based on a variety of given criteria. This lesson will be based on the use of pictures.

In this lesson, we will sort shapes according to one criteria at a time.

In this lesson, we will develop our observation skills as we learn to match pairs of identical objects. We will do this through the use of objects and pictures.

In this lesson, we will match associated items together with an expectation to explain our reasons for putting them together.

In this lesson, we will explore the concept of equal sets to identify whether or not there are the same amount or not.

In this lesson, we will explore the concept of unequal sets to identify whether or not there are the same amount or not.

In this lesson, we will use of compare quantities through play.

In this lesson, we will focus on language related to size, tall, short, taller, shorter and the same

In this lesson, we will focus on capacity and the language associated with it.

In this lesson, we will use concrete objects and pictorial representations to practice our ordering skills, taking inspiration from Goldilocks and the Three Bears

In this lesson, we will order sets of objects, without the need for counting. We will focus purely on the use of concrete objects.

In this lesson, we will combine four early mathematical experiences as we consider classifying, matching, comparing and ordering.

Units in Maths

- Early Mathematical Experiences
- Pattern and Early Number
- Numbers within 6
- Addition and subtraction within 6
- Measures
- Shape and sorting
- Calendar and Time
- Numbers within 10
- Addition and subtraction within 10
- Numbers within 15
- Grouping and Sharing
- Numbers within 20
- Doubling and halving
- Shape and pattern
- Addition and subtraction within 20
- Money
- Measures
- Depth of numbers within 20
- Numbers beyond 20

- Doubling and halving
- Addition and subtraction within 10
- Exploring calculation strategies within 20
- Money
- Measures
- 2-D shape, perimeter and area
- Numbers to 50
- Manipulating and calculating with fractions
- Fractions
- Fractions and decimals
- Conceptualising and comparing fractions
- Numbers 50 to 100 and beyond
- Reasoning with large whole numbers
- Converting units of measure
- Numbers to 10
- Solving measure and money problems
- Addition and subtraction within 20
- Addition and subtraction (applying strategies)
- Numbers within 1000
- Place value
- Problem solving with integer addition and subtraction
- Volume
- Positive and negative numbers
- Numbers within 10
- Numbers within 15
- Addition and subtraction within 20
- Measures (1): Length and mass
- Measures (2): Capacity and volume
- Addition and subtraction of 2-digit numbers
- Fractions
- Multiplication and division
- Multiplication and division
- Axioms and arrays
- Prime factor decomposition
- Indices and standard form
- Time
- Addition and subtraction of 2-digit numbers (regrouping and adjusting)
- Area and perimeter
- Numbers and numerals
- Percentages
- Fractions
- Measures: Length
- Numbers beyond 20
- Time
- Securing multiplication facts
- Addition and subtraction within 10
- Measures: Mass
- Number sense and exploring calculation strategies
- Addition and subtraction
- Securing multiplication and division
- Position and Direction
- Pattern and Early Number
- Addition and subtraction word problems
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Multiplication and division: 3 and 4
- Multiplication and division: 2, 5 and 10
- Measures: Capacity and volume
- Addition and subtraction
- Extending calculation strategies and additive reasoning
- Deriving multiplication and division facts
- Calculating with whole numbers and decimals
- Integers & Decimals
- Multiplication and division
- Grouping and Sharing
- Surds and trigonometry
- Numbers within 6
- Numbers within 100
- Exploring calculation strategies
- Time
- Exploring calculation strategies and place value
- Multiplication and division
- Factors and multiples
- Graphs
- Graphs
- Reasoning with 4-digit numbers
- Reasoning with patterns and sequences
- Calculation problems
- Numbers within 20
- Money
- Multiplication and division
- Fractions, decimals and percentages
- Decimals and measures
- Early Mathematical Experiences
- Order of operations
- Depth of numbers within 20
- Numbers to 20
- Addition and subtraction within 20 (comparison)
- Addition and subtraction within 6
- Accuracy and estimation
- Money
- Length and perimeter
- Fractions
- Fractions
- Problem solving with whole numbers and decimals