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# Unit Overview: Numbers within 6

## Lessons:

10 lessons

### To count four objects reliably

In this lesson, we will count to four and down from four. We will learn how to form the number and match numerals to pictures and concrete objects. Additionally we will begin to touch upon the idea that four is greater than three etc.

• 17m Video
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### Develop an understanding about the number four

In this lesson, we will work with a five frame to support our understanding of the number four.

• 14m Video
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### To count five objects reliably

In this lesson, we will develop our understanding of counting to five, writing the numeral and pictorially representing this amount.

• 14m Video
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### To count six objects reliably

In this lesson, we will play tea parties to learn to count to six.

• 19m Video
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### Explore conservation of numbers within 6

In this lesson, we will encounter subitising and make our own representations of six.

• 17m Video
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### Explore one more within six

In this lesson, we will count in ones, learn that the next number we say is one more than the previous one and secure counting to six.

• 17m Video
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### Explore one fewer within six

In this lesson, we will develop an understanding of one fewer in a familiar format.

• 19m Video
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### To place numbers 1-6 in order

In this lesson, we will focus on the abstract as we order the numbers 1 to 6.

• 21m Video
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### Develop conservation of number within six

In this lesson, we will develop our subitising skills as we explore numbers up to and including six.

• 20m Video
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### Consolidation of counting to 6

In this lesson, we will focus on the numbers 4, 5 and 6. We will briefly recap one more, one less, ordering, conservation of number and introduce counting out a specified number of items from a larger group.

• 22m Video
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