- Description
- This material involves arranging numbers from smallest to largest and vice versa, up to 100. By practicing these ordering skills, teachers will supervise and enhance the learnerâ€™s ability on how to compare and organize numbers effectively. Whether you're arranging numbers in ascending or descending order, this exercise will strengthen their numerical comprehension and boost your confidence in working with numbers within the range of 1 to 100.

- Objective
- To empower students to effectively order numbers up to 100, fostering a solid grasp of numerical relationships, strengthening problem-solving abilities, and building a strong foundation for future mathematical learning.

Education Type | K to 12 |

Grade Level | Grade 1 |

Learning Area | Mathematics |

Content/Topic | Numbers and Number Sense Patterns and algebra |

Intended Users | Educators |

Competencies | Determines the missing terms in a given repeating pattern using one attributeletters numbers colors figures sizes etc Visualizes,represents,and separates objects into groups of equal quantity using concrete objects up to 50. eg. 10 grouped by 5s |

Developer | Nikkie Lyne Arcosiba (Nikkie29) - Tabina CES, Zamboanga del Sur, Deped Region IX - Zamboanga Peninsula |

Copyright | Yes |

Copyright Owner | DepEd-Zamboanga del Sur |

Conditions of Use | Use, Copy, Print |

File Size | 554.39 KB |

File Type | application/pdf |