Course Features
 Lectures 231
 Quizzes 147
 Duration 40 weeks
 Skill level All levels
 Students 0
 Assessments Yes

Module 1: Numbers and counting up to 3
Objective: To introduce and develop foundational skills in numbers and counting up to 3, enabling students to recognize, represent, and count objects, as well as understand the concept of quantity and number sequence within the range of 1 to 3.
 Lesson 1.1: Learn to count to 3: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count to 3 independently, demonstrating proficiency in recognizing and reciting the numbers 1, 2, and 3 in the correct order.
 Learn to count to 3
 Lesson 1.2: Count to 3: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count objects up to 3, demonstrating the ability to identify and verbally count three objects accurately, developing their foundational counting skills.
 Count to 3
 Lesson 1.3: Count using stickers – up to 3: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count using stickers up to 3, demonstrating the ability to accurately place and count three stickers on objects, developing their counting skills in a handson and interactive manner.
 Count using stickers – up to 3
 Lesson 1.4: Count on ten frames – up to 3: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count on ten frames up to 3, demonstrating proficiency in using ten frames to visualize and count quantities up to three, enhancing their number sense and understanding of number relationships.
 Count on ten frames – up to 3
 Lesson 1.5: Represent numbers – up to 3: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to represent numbers up to 3 using various visual representations, such as dots, tally marks, and written numerals, demonstrating their understanding of how to visually represent and communicate quantities up to three.
 Represent numbers – up to 3
 Lesson 1.6: Order – up to third: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to order objects, numbers, or events up to the third position, demonstrating their understanding of sequencing and ordinal numbers within a limited range.
 Order – up to third

Module 2: Numbers and counting up to 5
Objective: To develop foundational skills in numbers and counting up to 5, enabling students to recognize, represent, and count objects, as well as understand the concept of quantity and number sequence within the range of 1 to 5.
 Lesson 1.7: Learn to count to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count to 5 independently, demonstrating proficiency in recognizing and reciting the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in the correct order.
 Learn to count to 5
 Lesson 1.8: Count to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count objects up to 5, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbally count five objects, developing their foundational counting skills and number sense.
 Count to 5
 Lesson 1.9: Count using stickers – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count using stickers up to 5, demonstrating the ability to accurately place and count five stickers on objects, developing their counting skills in a handson and interactive manner.
 Count using stickers – up to 5
 Lesson 1.10: Count on ten frames – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count on ten frames up to 5, demonstrating proficiency in using ten frames to visualize and count quantities up to five, enhancing their number sense and understanding of number relationships within the context of ten frames.
 Count on ten frames – up to 5
 Lesson 1.11: Represent numbers – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to represent numbers up to 5 using various visual representations, such as dots, tally marks, and written numerals, demonstrating their understanding of how to visually represent and communicate quantities up to five.
 Represent numbers – up to 5
 Lesson 1.12: One more – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify and demonstrate the concept of “one more” up to 5, showing an understanding of how to incrementally increase a given number by one, and applying this concept to counting and number sequencing.
 One more – up to 5
 Lesson 1.13: Count one more – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count “one more” than a given number up to 5, demonstrating the ability to incrementally increase a given number by one and accurately identify the resulting number in a counting sequence.
 Count one more – up to 5
 Lesson 1.14: One less – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify and demonstrate the concept of “one less” up to 5, showing an understanding of how to decrement a given number by one, and applying this concept to counting and number sequencing.
 One less – up to 5
 Lesson 1.15: Count one less – up to 5: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count “one less” than a given number up to 5, demonstrating the ability to decrement a given number by one and accurately identify the resulting number in a counting sequence.
 Count one less – up to 5
 Lesson 1.16: Order – up to fifth: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to order objects, numbers, or events up to the fifth position, demonstrating their understanding of sequencing and ordinal numbers within a limited range.
 Order – up to fifth

Module 3: Numbers and counting up to 10
Objective: To develop foundational skills in numbers and counting up to 10, enabling students to recognize, represent, and count objects, as well as understand the concept of quantity and number sequence within the range of 1 to 10.
 Lesson 1.17: Learn to count to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count to 10 independently, demonstrating proficiency in recognizing and reciting the numbers 1 to 10 in the correct order.
 Learn to count to 10
 Lesson 1.18: Count to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count objects up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbally count ten objects, developing their foundational counting skills and number sense.
 Count to 10
 Lesson 1.19: Count using stickers – up to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count using stickers up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately place and count ten stickers on objects, developing their counting skills in a handson and interactive manner.
 Count using stickers – up to 10
 Lesson 1.20: Count on ten frames – up to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count objects up to 10 using stickers, demonstrating the ability to accurately place and count ten stickers on objects, enhancing their counting skills and understanding of number quantities within the range of 1 to 10.
 Count on ten frames – up to 10
 Lesson 1.21: Represent numbers – up to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to represent numbers up to 10 using various visual representations, such as ten frames, tally marks, and written numerals, demonstrating their understanding of how to visually represent and communicate quantities up to ten.
 Represent numbers – up to 10
 Lesson 1.22: One more – up to 10: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify and demonstrate the concept of “one more” up to 10, showing an understanding of how to incrementally increase a given number by one and apply this concept to counting and number sequencing within the range of 1 to 10.
 One more – up to 10
 Lesson 1.23: Count one more – up to 5: Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to count “one more” than a given number up to 5, demonstrating the ability to incrementally increase a given number by one and accurately identify the resulting number in a counting sequence within the range of 1 to 5.
 Count one more – up to 5
 Lesson 1.24: Count one more – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count one more from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize the next number in the counting sequence, thereby strengthening their counting skills and number sense.
 Count one more – up to 10
 Lesson 1.25: One less – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count one less from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize the previous number in the counting sequence, thereby enhancing their counting skills and number understanding.
 One less – up to 10
 Lesson 1.26: Count one less – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count one less from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize the number that comes before a given number in the counting sequence, thereby strengthening their counting skills and number sense.
 Count one less – up to 10
 Lesson 1.27: One more and one less – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count one more and one less from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize the number that comes before and after a given number in the counting sequence, thereby strengthening their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of number relationships.
 One more and one less – up to 10
 Lesson 1.28: Count one more and one less – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count one more and one less from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize both the next and previous numbers in the counting sequence, thereby strengthening their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of number relationships.
 Count one more and one less – up to 10
 Lesson 1.29: Count up and down – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count up and down from a given number up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and verbalize the numbers in both ascending and descending order, thereby enhancing their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of number sequencing.
 Count up and down – up to 10
 Lesson 1.30: Count to fill a ten frame: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count and fill a ten frame with objects up to the number 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately represent and visualize quantities on a ten frame, thereby enhancing their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of grouping and place value.
 Count to fill a ten frame
 Lesson 1.31: Tally marks – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to use tally marks to count and represent quantities up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately interpret and create tally marks to represent numbers, thereby strengthening their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of tally mark notation.
 Tally marks – up to 10
 Lesson 1.32: Number lines – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to use number lines to count and represent numbers up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and place numbers on a number line, thereby enhancing their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of number sequencing.
 Number lines – up to 10
 Lesson 1.33: Before, after and between – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and apply the concepts of “before,” “after,” and “between” to numbers up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately sequence and compare numbers, thereby enhancing their number sense, counting skills, and understanding of number order.
 Before, after and between – up to 10
 Lesson 1.34: Count forward and backward – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count forward and backward up to 10, demonstrating the ability to accurately sequence and transition between numbers, thereby strengthening their counting skills, number sense, and understanding of number order.
 Count forward and backward – up to 10
 Lesson 1.34: Complete a sequence – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to complete number sequences up to 10, demonstrating the ability to identify the missing numbers and accurately extend the sequence, thereby enhancing their number sense, pattern recognition, and counting skills.
 Complete a sequence – up to 10
 Lesson 1.35: Names of numbers – up to 10: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and recall the names of numbers up to 10, demonstrating the ability to verbally express the correct names of numbers and develop their number recognition and vocabulary skills.
 Names of numbers – up to 10
 Lesson 1.36: Order – up to tenth: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to arrange numbers in ascending and descending order up to the tenth, demonstrating the ability to accurately sequence and compare numbers, thereby enhancing their number sense, numerical order skills, and understanding of place value.
 Order – up to tenth

Module 4: Numbers and counting up to 20
Objective: The objective of this module is to introduce students to numbers and counting up to 20, enabling them to recognize, name, and count numbers accurately in this range, thereby developing their numeracy skills and understanding of place value.
 Lesson 1.37: Count to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count to 20 accurately, demonstrating the ability to verbally count from 1 to 20 in the correct sequence, thereby developing their counting skills and number recognition.
 Count to 20
 Lesson 1.38: Count on ten frames – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count on ten frames up to 20, demonstrating the ability to accurately identify and count the number of objects represented on a ten frame, thereby enhancing their counting skills and understanding of number patterns.
 Count on ten frames – up to 20
 Lesson 1.39: Show numbers on ten frames – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to show numbers on ten frames up to 20, demonstrating the ability to accurately represent and visualize quantities using ten frames, thereby strengthening their number sense and understanding of place value.
 Show numbers on ten frames – up to 20
 Lesson 1.40: Represent numbers – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to represent numbers up to 20 in various ways, demonstrating the ability to use different representations such as ten frames, number lines, tally marks, and numeral symbols, thereby enhancing their understanding of number concepts and developing flexibility in number representation.
 Represent numbers – up to 20
 Lesson 1.41: Count up and down: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count up and down from a given number up to 20, demonstrating the ability to fluently and accurately count in both ascending and descending order, thereby strengthening their number sense and number sequence skills.
 Count up and down
 Lesson 1.42: Tally marks – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to use tally marks to represent numbers up to 20, demonstrating the ability to accurately count and record quantities using tally mark notation, thereby developing their understanding of tally mark representation and reinforcing their counting skills.
 Tally marks – up to 20
 Lesson 1.43: Number lines – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to use number lines to represent and count numbers up to 20, demonstrating the ability to accurately locate and identify numbers on a number line, thereby strengthening their understanding of number magnitude and developing their number line skills.
 Number lines – up to 20
 Lesson 1.44: Before, after and between – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and place numbers in sequential order up to 20, demonstrating the ability to determine the number that comes before, after, or between given numbers, thereby strengthening their understanding of number sequencing and developing their ability to identify number relationships.
 Before, after and between – up to 20
 Lesson 1.45: Count forward and backward – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count forward and backward from any given number up to 20, demonstrating fluency in counting in both directions and enhancing their number sense and sequencing skills.
 Count forward and backward – up to 20
 Lesson 1.46: Names of numbers – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to accurately identify and name numbers up to 20, demonstrating proficiency in recognizing number names and enhancing their number vocabulary and recognition skills.
 Names of numbers – up to 20
 Lesson 1.47: Complete a sequence – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to complete number sequences up to 20, demonstrating the ability to identify missing numbers and extend the sequence in a logical and systematic manner.
 Complete a sequence – up to 20
 Lesson 1.48: Count tens and ones – up to 20: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to count and represent numbers up to 20 using the concept of tens and ones, demonstrating the ability to identify and differentiate between the tens and ones places in a twodigit number.
 Count tens and ones – up to 20

Module 5: Comparing
Objective: The objective of this module is to develop students' ability to compare objects, numbers, and quantities, focusing on concepts such as greater than, less than, and equal to. Students will learn to apply comparison skills in various contexts and use appropriate vocabulary to express comparisons accurately.
 Lesson 1.49: Are there enough?: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to determine whether there are enough objects or quantities to meet a given requirement. They will develop the ability to assess and compare the quantity of objects to a specific number or criteria. Students will use problemsolving skills to determine if there are sufficient items available or if more are needed to fulfill a given task or condition. They will demonstrate their understanding by making informed decisions and providing reasoning based on the concept of having enough or not having enough.
 Are there enough?
 Lesson 1.50: Fewer and more – compare by matching: Lesson Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to compare groups of objects and determine which group has fewer or more items. They will develop their ability to visually match and compare quantities, identifying when one group has a smaller or larger quantity compared to another group. Students will practice making comparisons by matching objects and reinforcing the concepts of “fewer” and “more” through handson activities. They will demonstrate their understanding by accurately identifying and matching groups with the appropriate labels of “fewer” or “more” based on the comparison.
 Fewer and more – compare by matching
 Lesson 1.51: Fewer and more – compare by counting: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to compare groups of objects and determine which group has fewer or more items by counting. They will develop their counting skills and understanding of quantity as they count the objects in each group and compare the results. Students will practice making numerical comparisons and reinforce the concepts of “fewer” and “more” by accurately counting and comparing the quantities of objects. They will demonstrate their understanding by correctly identifying and stating which group has fewer or more objects based on their counting observations.
 Fewer and more – compare by counting
 Lesson 1.52 Fewer and more – compare in a mixed group: Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to compare groups of objects in a mixed arrangement and identify which group has fewer or more items, strengthening their visual discrimination and counting skills.
 Fewer and more – compare in a mixed group
 Lesson 1.53: Fewer, more and same: Objective: Understand the concepts of “fewer,” “more,” and “same” by comparing and contrasting groups of objects, and accurately identify whether one group has fewer objects, more objects, or the same number of objects as another group.
 Fewer, more and same
 Lesson 1.54: Compare two numbers – up to 10: Objective: Develop the ability to compare two numbers up to 10 and accurately determine which number is greater than, less than, or equal to the other number, enhancing students’ understanding of numerical relationships and comparisons.
 Compare two numbers – up to 10
 Lesson 1.55: Compare three numbers – up to 10: Objective: Enhance the ability to compare three numbers up to 10 and accurately identify the smallest number, the largest number, and the number in between, promoting students’ comprehension of numerical order and comparisons.
 Compare three numbers – up to 10

Module 6: Patterns
Learning Objective: Develop an understanding of patterns and their characteristics, enabling students to recognize, create, and extend patterns in various contexts, fostering critical thinking and problemsolving skills.
 Lesson 1.56: Color patterns: Objective: Recognize and create color patterns, involving the repetition of colors in a predictable sequence, to develop pattern recognition skills and promote an understanding of sequencing and visual organization.
 Color patterns
 Lesson 1.57: Color patterns: Objective: Identify and extend color patterns, recognizing the repetition of colors in a predictable sequence, to develop pattern recognition skills and enhance visual perception.
 Size patterns
 Lesson 1.58: Shape patterns: Objective: Recognize and create shape patterns, involving the repetition of shapes in a predictable sequence, to develop pattern recognition skills and promote an understanding of sequencing and visual organization.
 Shape patterns
 Lesson 1.59: Find the next shape in a pattern: Objective: Identify and predict the next shape in a given pattern, enhancing pattern recognition skills and logical reasoning abilities, specifically in relation to shape sequences.
 Find the next shape in a pattern
 Lesson 1.60: Complete a pattern
 Complete a pattern
 Lesson 1.61: Growing patterns
 Growing patterns
 Lesson 1.62: Find the next shape in a growing pattern
 Find the next shape in a growing pattern
 Lesson 1.63: Find the next row in a growing pattern
 Find the next row in a growing pattern

Module 7: Positions
 Lesson 1.64: Inside and outside
 Inside and outside
 Lesson 1.65: Above and below
 Above and below
 Lesson 1.66: Above and below – find solid figures
 Above and below – find solid figures
 Lesson 1.67: Beside and next to
 Beside and next to
 Lesson 1.68: Beside and next to – find solid figures
 Beside and next to – find solid figures
 Lesson 1.69: Left, middle and right
 Left, middle and right
 Lesson 1.70: Top, middle and bottom
 Top, middle and bottom
 Lesson 1.71: Location in a grid
 Location in a grid

Module 8: Addition up to 5
 Lesson 1.72: Add with pictures – sums up to 5
 Add with pictures – sums up to 5
 Lesson 1.73: Addition sentences – sums up to 5
 Addition sentences – sums up to 5
 Lesson 1.74: Make a number using addition – sums up to 5
 Make a number using addition – sums up to 5
 Lesson 1.75: Add two numbers – sums up to 5
 Add two numbers – sums up to 5
 Lesson 1.76: Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 5
 Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 5
 Lesson 1.77: Addition word problems – sums up to 5
 Addition word problems – sums up to 5

Module 9: Addition up to 10
 Lesson 1.78: Add with pictures – sums up to 10
 Add with pictures – sums up to 10
 Lesson 1.79: Addition sentences – sums up to 10
 Addition sentences – sums up to 10
 Lesson 1.80: Make a number using addition – sums up to 10
 Make a number using addition – sums up to 10
 Lesson 1.81: Add two numbers – sums up to 10
 Add two numbers – sums up to 10
 Lesson 1.82: Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10
 Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10
 Lesson 1.83: Complete the addition sentence – make 10
 Complete the addition sentence – make 10
 Lesson 1.84: Write addition sentences
 Write addition sentences
 Lesson 1.85: Addition word problems – sums up to 10
 Addition word problems – sums up to 10

Module 10: Subtraction up to 5
 Lesson 1.86: Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 5
 Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 5
 Lesson 1.87: Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 5
 Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 5
 Lesson 1.88: Subtract – numbers up to 5
 Subtract – numbers up to 5
 Lesson 1.89: Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 5
 Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 5
 Lesson 1.90: Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 5
 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 5

Module 11: Subtraction up to 10
 Lesson 1.91: Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10
 Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10
 Lesson 1.92: Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10
 Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10
 Lesson 1.93: Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10
 Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10
 Lesson 1.94: Subtract – numbers up to 10
 Subtract – numbers up to 10
 Lesson 1.95: Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 10
 Complete the subtraction sentence – numbers up to 10
 Lesson 1.96: Write subtraction sentences
 Write subtraction sentences
 Lesson 1.97: Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10
 Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10

Module 12: Time
 Lesson 1.98: Match analogue clocks and times
 Match analogue clocks and times
 Lesson 1.99: Match digital clocks and times
 Match digital clocks and times
 Lesson 1.100: Match analogue and digital clocks
 Match analogue and digital clocks
 Lesson 1.101: Read clocks and write times
 Read clocks and write times
 Lesson 1.102: Times of everyday events
 Times of everyday events
 Lesson 1.103: Days of the week
 Days of the week
 Lesson 1.104: Months of the year
 Months of the year
 Lesson 1.105: Seasons
 Seasons

Module 13: Sorting, ordering and classifying
 Lesson 1.106: Same
 Same
 Lesson 1.107: Different
 Different
 Lesson 1.108: Same and different
 Same and different
 Lesson 1.109: Classify shapes by color
 Classify shapes by color
 Lesson 1.110: Classify and sort
 Classify and sort
 Lesson 1.11: Sort shapes into a Venn diagram
 Sort shapes into a Venn diagram
 Lesson 1.112: Count shapes in a Venn diagram
 Count shapes in a Venn diagram
 Lesson 1.113: Put numbers up to 10 in order
 Put numbers up to 10 in order
 Lesson 1.114: Put numbers up to 20 in order
 Put numbers up to 20 in order

Module 14: Data and graphs

Module 15: Probability

Module 16: Measurement

Module 17: Geometry
 Lesson 1.123: Name the twodimensional shape
 Name the twodimensional shape
 Lesson 1.24: Circles
 Circles
 Lesson 1.125: Triangles
 Triangles
 Lesson 1.126: Squares and rectangles
 Squares and rectangles
 Lesson 1.127: Hexagons
 Hexagons
 Lesson 1.128: Select twodimensional shapes
 Select twodimensional shapes
 Lesson 1.129: Count sides and corners
 Count sides and corners
 Lesson 1.130: Compare sides and corners
 Compare sides and corners
 Lesson 1.131: Introduction to symmetry
 Introduction to symmetry
 Lesson 1.132: Identify pictures with symmetry
 Identify pictures with symmetry
 Lesson 1.133: Identify shapes traced from solids
 Identify shapes traced from solids

Module 18: Vocabulary

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