1. Topic Of Lesson Plan-
 Counting 1 to 5
2. Lesson Content-
 Relationship among whole numbers. Counting strategies, including rote counting and rational counting to maintain a one-to-one correspondence between objects and number words. Representing numbers in multiple ways, including grouping and ordering. Matching numerals and sets.
3. Goals And Expectations-
 Count, read and write whole numbers 1 - 5 according to Pennsylvania Department of Education standard 2.1g This lesson is appropriate kindergarten students. It uses number relationships to represent information and solve problems by using whole numbers to represent numbers in more than one way, count and order, name, locate, and describe and extend pattern. By the end of this lesson, students should be able to count from one to five orally, accurately write the numbers one through five without assistance, and be able to recognize the numbers one through five. Students will use cereal as a manipulative for hands on learning. There is also a video to reinforce student learning.

4. Objectives-

 Students will be able to count 1 to 5 orally with complete accuracy. Students will be able to accurately write the numbers 1 through 5, without help. Students will be able to recognize the numbers 1 through 5 with complete accuracy.
5. Materials and Aids-
 Paper, pencils, cereal, counting book, computer with internet access
6. Methods Used and Procedures-

A. Introduction-

 Explain importance of numbers in everyday life. Explain how students use numbers in school everyday. Pretest students.

B. Development-

 Read counting book. Show class how to write number 1. Show class how to write number 2. Show class how to write number 3. Show class how to write number 4. Show class how to write number 5. Show video to reinforce learning.

C. Practice-

 Let students practice writing number 1. Let students practice counting with cereal. Let students practice writing number 2. Let students practice counting with cereal. Let students practice writing number 3. Let students practice counting with cereal. Let students practice writing number 4. Let students practice counting with cereal. Let students practice writing number 5. Let students practice counting with cereal.

D. Independent Practice-

 Students will practice independently by writing numbers and counting cereal.

E. Accommodations For Students-

 Differentiated instructions can be used based on the assessed needs of the students, their interests, learning styles and environmental preferences (working in small or large groups, quiet space, lots of light etc.)

F. Checking for understanding-

 At the end of the lesson each student will get a worksheet to match numbers to corresponding set of objects.

G. Closure-

 Ask students what they learned. Ask if they have any questions or need help.
7. Evaluation-
 Have each student individually write the numbers 1-5, without anything to look at. Have each student individually recite the numbers 1-5 to me, so I can see if they can do it. Have each student individually recognize numbers 1-5, so I can check accuracy.