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Teacher-Facing Resources

Type:Lesson

Estimated Time:10 minutes

Grades:K-1

Score Type:Automatically Graded

Work completed by a student will be automatically graded and the grade will be sent to the Learning Management System (LMS) gradebook

Available Languages: English, Spanish


Vocabulary: 1–9, counting, key, keyboard, keyboarding, numbers, shape recognition


Primary Objectives:

  • Student gains familiarity with the placement of the number keys on the keyboard.
  • Student learns the relationship between pressing keys on the keyboard and seeing characters on the screen.
  • Student learns to identify and key the numbers on the keyboard.

Secondary Objectives:

  • Student learns and practices using technology for real-world application.
  • Student identifies by sight and sound the numbers 0 thorough 9.
  • Student counts shapes and objects.
  • Student identifies shapes, such as circles, squares, triangles, and triangles.

Subjects:

General

Mathematics > Number Operations > Counting > General

Input Devices: Mouse, Keyboard, Remote Control, etc 

Technology Education > Information Technology > Basic Operations and Concepts > Input Devices: Mouse, Keyboard, Remote Control, etc 

Keyboarding 

Technology Education > Information Technology > Basic Operations and Concepts > Keyboarding 

Numeral

Mathematics > Number Operations > Number Recognition > Numeral

To 10

Mathematics > Number Operations > Counting > To 10

To 10

Mathematics > Number Operations > Number Recognition > To 10
  • Due to the small size of students' hands, this Lesson does not teach proper keyboarding finger placement. A later unit, entitled Keyboarding, addresses proper touch keyboarding skills.

  • To help students gain additional practice using the number keys on the keyboard, have them type the numbers in a blank word processing window as you call out the name of each number. Consider mixing up the numbers. Then, hold up or point to items in the classroom that students can count, either out loud and together as a class or quietly to themselves. After they count the items, students can type the number.
Math.Content.K.CC.A.2 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Math.Content.K.CC.B.4c Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
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