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 Objective: Compare a number of objects using more than or the same as statements.

 In Topic G, students compare quantities using numerals by using the counting and matching strategies they have practiced throughout the module. Connecting both sets to a numeral and indirectly...

 Objective: Compare numbers using greater than and equal to statements. Verify with materials.

 Objective: Compare a number of objects using less than or the same as statements.

 Objective: Compare numbers using less than and equal to statements. Verify with materials.

 Objective: Count and match to compare two sets of linking cube towers.

 So far, PreKindergarten students have done a lot of onetoone counting, have compared measurable attributes, and have identified the first and last in a group of objects. Topic E brings these...

 Objective: Compare: Match to find there are not enough.

 Objective: Compare: Match to find there are exactly enough.

 Objective: Compare: Match to find that there are enough, with some extras.

 In Modules 1 and 3 students did extensive work to develop understanding of numbers to 10. The first half of Module 4 was dedicated to comparison of measurement. Topic F brings together this work...

 Objective: Find objects that match given length, weight, and volume comparison statements.

 Topic D begins by building upon the work of Module 1 by having students count 5 bears in a scattered configuration while identifying the first and last bear counted (PK.CC.6). This concept is a...

 Objective: Identify first and last in a scattered configuration with 2–5 objects.

 Objective: Identify first and last in a linear configuration with 2–10 objects.

 Objective: Identify first and last in a circular configuration with 2–10 objects.

 Objective: Compare weight using heavier than, lighter than, and the same as with balance scales.

 In Topic C, the concept of volume and the vocabulary used to describe and compare it (i.e., big, small, more, and less) are discussed. This is perhaps the most familiar to young children, compared to...

 Objective: Identify the attribute of volume by describing containers as big or small.

 Objective: Compare volume using more than or less than.

 Objective: Compare volume using the same as with sand and explore conservation.

 Objective: Compare length using longer than, shorter than, and the same as with a stick of linking cubes.

 Objective: Compare length using about the same as with a stick of linking cubes.

 Topic B begins with children using correct vocabulary, heavy and light, to describe weight (again, as opposed to big and small). In Lesson 6, students choose an object from a prepared bin of heavy...