## Reflection: Real World Applications GeoPuzzle: Sort, Count & Add - Section 5: Closure

Using math to teach a concept that can be used in science or vice versa is a plus for planning. Anything that you can integrate so that you're front loading through math for future lessons in any subject area makes your life easier as well as making it easier for the kids to learn. Do not under estimate the kids' ability to think across discipline lines or in making abstract connections. They can do it, even at five years old.

Importance of Integration
Real World Applications: Importance of Integration

# GeoPuzzle: Sort, Count & Add

Unit 3: Sorting & Classifying
Lesson 6 of 6

## Big Idea: Kindergartners need integrated experiences in mathematics. This lesson allows them to use several skills in one experience in order to see how the skills can work together. This type of lesson is then transferred to our science lessons for the week.

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### Dawn Gunn

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