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DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS 1

I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
Visualizes and counts by 10’s through 100. M1NS-Ie-8.1
Content Standard: The learner demonstrates understanding of whole numbers up to 100, ordinal
numbers up to 10th, money up to PhP100 and fractions ½ and 1/4.
Performance Standard: The learner is able to recognize, represent and order whole numbers up to 100
and money up to PhP100 in various forms and context.

II. SUBJECT MATTER:


Topic: Counting by 10’s
Pre-requisite Concepts and Skills: Counting, Reading and Writing Numbers
References: Teacher’s Guide in Mathematics 1 pg. 35-36
Learners Material in Mathematics 1 pg. 98-102
Value: Cooperation and cleanliness

III. INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE:


Teacher’s Activity Pupil’s Activity
A. Preparatory Activities
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of Attendance

1. Review
Before we start our lesson for today, let us
review your past lesson yesterday. What have  We have studied counting by 5’s.
you studied yesterday?

So, can you count by 5 through 100?


(Have the pupils skip count by 5)  Yes ma’am. (The pupils will count by 5.)

2. Motivation:
Do you have toys? (The pupils will answer the questions and share their
own experience.)
What is your favorite toy?

What will you do after playing?  We need to wash our hands to avoid
diseases.

B. DevelopmentalActivities
1. I will read you a situation. Listen as I read and
afterwards I will ask questions to you.
(The class will listen attentively as the teacher reads
“John has 100 marble. He groups it by 10’s. the situation.)
How many marbles are there in each group?
How many groups are there?”

Who is the boy in the story?  John

How many marbles does he had?  He had 100 marbles.

2. Posing a Problem
In the situation, John has 100 marbles and he (The pupils will perform the task.)
groups it by 10. How many marbles do you
think are there in each group and how many
groups are there?

(Show 100 marbles to the pupils and let them


group the marbles by 10.)
3. Discussion
How many marbles are there in each group?  There are 10 marbles in each group.

How many groups are there?  There are 10 groups.

(Post the hundred chart on the board.)

Let us read the following numbers: 10, 20, 30, (The pupils will read the numbers.)
40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 100.

We count by 10 when we add 10 to a given


number and then add 10 to the resulting
number each time to get the next number.

From the given situation, we can count the total


number of marbles by counting 10, 20, 30, 40,
50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 corresponding to 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

How many numbers are there from 1 to 10?  There are 10 numbers from 1 to 10.
How many numbers are there from 11 to 20?  There are 10 numbers from 11 to 20.
How many numbers are there from 21 to 30?  There are 10 numbers from 21 to 30.
How many numbers are there from 31 to 40?  There are 10 numbers from 31 to 40.
How many numbers are there from 41 to 50?  There are 10 numbers from 41 to 50.
How many numbers are there from 51 to 60?  There are 10 numbers from 51 to 60.
How many numbers are there from 61 to 70?  There are 10 numbers from 61 to 70.
How many numbers are there from 71 to 80?  There are 10 numbers from 71 to 80.
How many numbers are there from 81 to 90?  There are 10 numbers from 81 to 90.
How many numbers are there from 91 to 100?  There are 10 numbers from 91 to 100.

(Ask the pupils to skip count by 10 through (The pupils will count by 10 through 100, then clap
100, then to clap at the same time.) at the same time.)

(Let the pupils answer the following) (The pupils will answer the following.)
Write the missing number. Write the missing number.
1. 10, 20, 30, ___, 50 1. 10, 20, 30, ___, 50
2. 20, ___, 40, 50, 60 2. 20, ___, 40, 50, 60
3. 30, 40, ___, 60, 70 3. 30, 40, ___, 60, 70
4. 40, 50, 60, 70, ___ 4. 40, 50, 60, 70, ___
5. 10, ___, 30, 40, 50 5. 10, ___, 30, 40, 50
6. 50, 60, ___, 80, 90 6. 50, 60, ___, 80, 90
7. 60, 70, 80, 90, ___ 7. 60, 70, 80, 90, ___

4. Application
Now class, I will group you into 3. We will (Let the pupils suggest standards.)
have a group activity. But first, what should we Standards to be followed in Group Activity
do if we will have a group activity? What are  Follow the directions.
the standards in doing group activity?  Work quietly
 Cooperate with the group.
 Maintain cleanliness and orderliness in
working area.

Every group will be given task to do.


Group 1: Arranging Puzzle (The pupils will perform the task.)
Group 2: Connect the dots
Group 3: Counting by 10

(Ask the pupils to present their output) (Presentation of output.)


5. Generalization:  There are 10 groups of 10.
How many groups of 10 are there in 100?
 There are 10 in each group.
How many numbers are there in each group?
 We count by 10 when we add 10 to a given
How do we count by 10’s? number and then add 10 to the resulting
number each time to get the next number.

IV. EVALUATION:
Fill in the box with the correct number to show counting by 10’s.

10
Start 100

V. AGREEMENT:
Memorize skip counting by 10.

Prepared by:

Noted:
NORISA MARIE A. MUÑOZ
Grade 1 Adviser EMMYLOU G. TRIDANIO
Principal 1