Reflection: Advanced Students Cover Up - Section 3: Station Time

 

For those students who can fluently add a one digit number to a two digit number, I ask them to play the Subtracting From 120 game.  This game is similar to the Adding It Up game.  However, these students are starting at the number 120 and subtracting the number rolled each time.  These students are fluent enough where they will not need to use 120 counters to start (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.NBT.B.5).  

Here is the recording sheet: Subtracting From 120.

  Advanced Students: Differentiation of Adding It Up
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Cover Up

Unit 14: Counting by Groups
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use number grid patterns to determine the covered numbers. SWBAT record any number from 1-170.

Big Idea: Yesterday we added it up and today we cover it up. Students will work in pairs as they cover random numbers on a number grid and ask their partner to figure out which numbers are Covered Up!

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, addition, 1st Grade, fact fluency, patterns on the number grid
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