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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
Value: Care for the Environment
I. Objective: At the end of the 30-minute period, 85% of the pupils should be
able to:
1. identify the tens and ones in two-digit numbers
2. add two-digit numbers
3. color the activity sheet to make it clean and green
II. Subject Matter
Addition of two-digit numbers
Reference
Elementary Mathematics pp 88-100
Grade 1 Comprehensive Curriculum pp 376-401
Mathivities pp 10-13
Pictures, Worksheets, Manipulatives, Flashcards
III. Learning Experiences
Teacher's Activities
Good morning/afternoon class.

Pupil's Activities
Good morning/afternoon Madam.
Praised be Jesus and Mary.

Now and forever.


Are you ready to start our session now?
Yes, Madam.
Prayer leader, can you say the
morning/afternoon prayer now?
Yes, Madam. Are you ready classmates?
Yes, we are.
In the name of the Father....
Hail Mary....
Glory be...
In the name of the Father...
Thank you (Prayer Leader).
Now, I want you to arrange your seats. Make
sure you are still in line.
Then, you may take your seats so we can
start with our lesson.
Yes, Madam.
Are you ready to listen now?

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Yes, Madam.

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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers

Teacher's Activities
Review/Motivational: Addition of Ones

Pupil's Activities
(5 exercises for each activity)

Do you know what is the Ones digit?


Lets review simple addition of the Ones.
(answers will vary)
(Mental activity, use flashcard or Math
transparency)

That's right!

Thank you, Madam.

Review/Motivational: Tens and Ones


Can you remember the tens and the ones,
class?
(answers will vary)
(use transparency on the tens and ones)
(have a mental activity)
Two-digit numbers such as 20 is composed of
tens and ones. For example:

Tens

Ones

20

Can you identify the tens and ones in this


number?
10
Raise your hand if you want to answer which
one is the tens and which one belongs to the
ones place.
Very good!
Lets move on to the next activity.
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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
Teacher's Activities

Pupil's Activities

Motivation:
Word problem for students to think about
with background pictures of schoolchildren
in the schoolyard. This is also to encourage
the students to keep their environment clean
and green. The whole class will try to answer
the problem with the teacher to guide them.
Now, I have problem here that I want you to
solve. The word problem is also in line with
our objective on how to care for our
environment.
Here is the problem. Please read aloud,
together.
Mrs. Juana brought her class to the
schoolyard for their Work Education time.
There were 20 boys and 24 girls. How many
children were in the yard?
(students read aloud)

What is being asked by the problem?


(answers may vary)
How many children were in the yard.

That's right!
What do you think theyre doing in the
schoolyard?
(answers will vary)

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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
Teacher's Activities

Pupil's Activities

Presentation: Number Sentence


From the given problem, you can write down
a number sentence from the given numbers.

(demonstrate the operation using


manipulatives)
Anyone of you can tell what 20 means? Raise
your hand if you want to answer?

That's right.

20 stands for boys.

How about 24? Another student who wants to


try?

20+24=___

24 stands for girls.

That's right.

So, what are you going to do with 20 and 24?


Add them to get the sum of the total number
of children in the yard.
That's right! Can you show us how to do it?
(a student volunteers)
Please come to the board.

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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
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Pupil's Activities

Solve the Problem


(if students were not able to solve, teacher
will demonstrate)
This is one way to solve the problem.
Step 1: Add the Ones
Tens

Ones

+ 2

4
4

Step 2: Add the Tens

Or

Tens

Ones

+ 2

20
+24
-----44

How many children were there?


That's correct!
Thank you children for your effort.
Now, I have some exercises for you to do. I
want you to answer them mentally.

There were 44 children.

Ready?

Ready, Madam.
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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers

Teacher's Activities

Pupil's Activities

Exercises on Adding Two-Digit Numbers


(Written on Flashcards)
Remember: Add the ones first, then the tens.

Tens

Ones

+ 3

49
Tens

Ones

+ 1

Tens

Ones

+ 4

39

Good!
Lets try another set.
59
Ready?

Ready, Madam.

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Teacher's Activities

20
+ 24
-------

27
+ 11
-------

29
+ 20
-------

Very good!

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Pupil's Activities

44

38

49

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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
Teachers Activities

Pupils Activities

What can you say about addition of two-digit


numbers?
Ok.
We can now make a rule about addition of
two-digit numbers.
So, what are the steps in adding two-digit
numbers?
(answers will vary)

1.
2.

Generalization
In adding two-digit numbers:
1. Add the Ones first before the Tens.
2. Add the numbers in the Tens column to get
the final answer.
Did you get it?

Application
Now, I want you to try these exercises. Write
the answer in your Math notebook.
24
+12
-----18
+50
-----38
+10
------

Raise your pencils if your done.

36

68

Whats the answer in number 123?

Very good!
Now, I want you to answer these test
questions.
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Lesson Plan (Grade 1): Addition of two-digit numbers
Teachers Activities

Pupils Activities

Evaluation
Get your Math workbook and open it on page
____. Answer Problem #1 and #2. Write your
answers in your Math notebook. Ill go
around to check on each one of you. Raise
your pencils when you are done.
1. There are 23 mango trees and 16 kaimito
trees. How many trees are there in all?
2.

2. There are 14 santol seedlings and 20


sampaloc seedlings. How many seedlings are
there altogether?
(after 7 minutes)
(teacher checks notebooks)

Assignment
For your assignment, answer Problem 3 of
page ___ in your Math workbook. You will
have to submit the assignment tomorrow.
Your parent or guardian will have to sign it
too.

Directions: Write a number sentence for each


and solve the problem.
1.

#3. Barangay Sigla planted 30 gumamela


plants, Bgy. Payapa, 35, and Bgy. Kasipagan,
30. How many gumamela plants did they
plant in all?
Add the following:
54 + 20 = ____
45 + 13 = ____
34 + 25 = ____

Are you done?

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Yes, Madam.

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Teachers Activities
Closure
What do you remember about our lesson for
today?

Pupil's Activities

(answers will vary/Biblical scriptures can be


cited)

Very good!

Now stand up and arrange your tables and


chairs for your next class. Pick up the pieces
of paper and throw them in the trash can.
Are you all ready now?

Prayer leader, you may now proceed.

Are you ready to pray classmates?


Yes, we are.
In the name of the Father....Amen.
Goodbye class and see you tomorrow.
Goodbye and thank you.

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